Jude Bellingham appeared to throw up on the pitch in the course of the closing stages of England’s draw with Germany within the Nations League on Tuesday evening. The Three Lions managed to rescue a degree because of Harry Kane’s late spot-kick on the Allianz Arena to avoid falling to a second defeat in 4 days, with Germany taking the lead shortly after half-time courtesy of Jonas Hofmann’s opener.
Bellingham was introduced to switch the injured Kalvin Phillips in midfield for England and was arguably one in all his side’s best performers, with the 18-year-old successfully keeping things ticking within the engine room during the match. He appeared to pay the value for his tireless work in the midst of the park as the ultimate whistle approached, though, as he seemingly vomited on the pitch in the course of the closing stages of the competition.
The Borussia Dortmund midfielder was initially named instead but was forced to enter the fold inside the opening quarter-hour when Phillips did not shake an early knock before limping down the tunnel. Bellingham went on to deliver a hugely impressive performance in his role as a deep-lying playmaker but was unable to encourage England to victory regardless of his best efforts over the course of the match.
Germany took the lead after five minutes of the second half through Hofmann, who collected a brief pass before firing past Jordan Pickford from contained in the box. England went on to equalise from the penalty spot after Kane was adjudged to have been fouled by Nico Schlotterbeck, with the Tottenham forward sending Manuel Neuer the mistaken method to make sure the spoils were shared in Munich.
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