Wed 30 March 2022 | 12:55

Grealish calls Bellingham’s talent “scary” for a teenager

The Borussia Dortmund midfielder impressed England on Tuesday, as his talent impacted Jack Grealish’s performance.

Jack Grealish

is impressed by his

England

teammate

Jude Bellingham

and he named his abilities as “scary” for a teenager.

The

Borussia Dortmund

midfielder played for the Three Lions for full 90 minutes as they beat

Ivory Coast

3-0 on Tuesday, impressing as he played in an advanced role before James Ward-Prowse and Declan Rice.

Bellingham has his 12th cap with England and they won every single one of those matches, with only Theo Walcott (14) having won more in his start with the Three Lions than him.

Bellingham is also enjoying his second season in Bundesliga with Borussia Dortmund and has proved to be a key player, being in the starting XI 25 times out of 27.

Many major European clubs are eyeing him and Grealish praise him for his performance.

When quizzed whether he had ever featured next to a teenager as great as Bellingham, he said:

"I haven't actually. It is scary how good he is at 18.

"He is just so mature. He is built like he is my age at 26. He has so much technical ability and he is mature for his age.

"I can tell you one thing, I was nowhere near as good at 18. I was at Notts County [on loan from Aston Villa] and I was a scrawny little thing as well.

"You see talented 18 or 19-year-old kids but not many are that mature as he is on the pitch. He is so versatile and can play in many different positions on the pitch.

"He can be a six, eight or a 10. It was good to play with him and I think it was my first time playing with him. It is nice to play with a fellow Brummie."


source: SportMob

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