Real Madrid will assess Jude Bellingham ahead of this weekend’s Clasico against Barcelona.
Bellingham appeared to be injured and was replaced by Lucas Vazquez in the 89th minute.
At this stage, there is hope that he will be fit to face Barcelona on Saturday.
But the plan is to let Bellingham rest Wednesday and reassess his condition on Thursday.
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“It’s good,” coach Carlo Ancelotti said after the game. His promo was a little pressed because the match was so smooth, but nothing major.
“He will be healed in time. He’s tired like everyone else, but that’s normal. “
Bellingham doubled Madrid’s lead in the second half with a superb strike from the Braga penalty area.
That goal was the 20-year-old’s 11th in just 12 games for his new club this season. He has started all three of Madrid’s Champions League games and nine of 10 La Liga games, only getting a rest in a 2-0 win over Las Palmas at the end of September.
Bellingham joined Madrid from Borussia Dortmund for a club record initial fee of €103million (£88m; $110m).
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