Real Madrid’s two-match punishment by Bellingham upheld in court

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The Real Madrid team’s attempt to have Jude Bellingham’s two-game suspension overturned was unsuccessful.

The Competition Committee of the Spanish Football Federation rejected Los Blancos’ bid.

With this setback, Bellingham will sit out Sunday’s league match against Celta Vigo and March 16’s matchup against Osasuna, despite leading La Liga in scoring with 16 goals.

This penalty came after the England midfielder received a red card for arguing with the referee about when to blow the final whistle in Saturday’s 2-2 draw against Valencia. He scored the game-winning goal only minutes before the final whistle.

In his report, the referee said that Bellingham had displayed a “aggressive attitude” and yelled out, “It’s a f—ing goal,” multiple times. I

The two-game punishment is “a bit ridiculous,” according to Bellingham, who believes the referees are trying to “make an example [of] me” because he is new to the league.

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