Jude Bellingham hilariously meets his ‘lookalike’ before Real Madrid beat Mallorca to take a step closer to securing LaLiga title

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  • Jude Bellingham met and embraced his ‘lookalike’ prior to Saturday’s match 
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Jude Bellingham hilariously met an apparent lookalike before Real Madrid’s win over Mallorca on Saturday. 

Carlo Ancelotti’s side took a step closer to secure the Laliga title with a 1-0 victory thanks to Aurelien Tchouameni’s stunning long-range strike. 

The result ensured Real also maintained their eight point lead over fierce rivals Barcelona ahead of next weekend’s El Classico. 

Bellingham had something to smile about prior to the match as he met a lookalike on the touchline. 

The 20-year-old midfielder broke into a slight laugh once he noticed the individual and embraced him with a hug. 

Jude Bellingham hilariously met an apparent lookalike before Real Madrid ‘s win over Mallorca

Aurelien Tchouameni's stunning long-range strike guided Carlo Ancelotti's men to victory

Aurelien Tchouameni’s stunning long-range strike guided Carlo Ancelotti’s men to victory 

Fans saw a resemblance between the two and took to social media to express their opinions, with one saying: ‘they really look alike’.

Another mirrored the exact same view, posting: ‘They look so alike’.

Bellingham has had a season to remember following his £113million move to the Spanish capital last summer. 

The England international has scored 20 goals and assisted 10 in 33 appearances across all competitions, spearheading Real’s hopes of winning LaLiga and the Champions League. 

However he had a match to forget in the midweek 3-3 draw with Manchester City and was named in the in the worst XI for the Champions League quarter-finals so far. 

Bellingham will hope to turn things around when Real visit the Etihad on Wednesday for the return leg.  

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