Watch: Tottenham’s James Maddison mocks Jude Bellingham after Manchester City star’s actions

Tottenham Hotspur star James Maddison mocked Jude Bellingham in England training by mimicking his now-famous celebration after the Real Madrid star was unhappy with Kalvin Phillips.

The Manchester City star and Jude Bellingham went head-to-head in England training, with the duo having to face each other with a ball on a cone in the middle of the two and whoever grabbed the ball first won.

The task required you to listen to a coach’s instructions, such as touching your head, back or knees when asked before being asked to grab the ball.

But Kalvin Phillips, as you can see in the video posted by England’s YouTube accounthad the ball in his hands long before he was told to grab it, leaving Bellingham perplexed.

The 20-year-old pointed to the camera in protest and said: “Did you see that?” before Tottenham midfielder James Maddison entered the frame.

The Spurs star simply pulled away a confused and stunned Bellingham before standing in front of him and giving his now iconic celebration, as you can see in the video below (3 min 34 sec).

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Bellingham runs the show

At just 20 years old, he is running the show not only for his country, but also for the biggest club in the world, Real Madrid.

You’d think there would be some pressure on Bellingham’s nervous system, but he just doesn’t show any of it.

At the rate the all-action midfielder is developing, there’s every chance he has the platform and skills to one day win the Ballon d’Or.

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