Jude Bellingham hits back at claim that he vomited during Germany vs England game 2 months ago

Jude Bellingham hits back at claim that he vomited during Germany vs England game

Bellingham played down the claims on Twitter

England international Jude Bellingham has played down claims that he vomited on the pitch during England's 1-1 draw against Germany on Tuesday night.

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Bellingham had initially been named amongst the substitutes for the game in Munich but was brought into the action after 14 minutes following an injury to Kalvin Phillips.

Bellingham was one of the stand out players on Tuesday night

The 18-year-old turned out yet another impressive performance but fans were left concerned after they spotted footage of him appearing to vomit while chasing back Leroy Sane.

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But despite the worry on social media, the Borussia Dortmund midfielder responded to an article posted by the Daily Mail - stating that he wasn't actually sick during the game and that he was recovering from cramp.

Replying to the post he said: "Just a little rinse and spit for the cramp," he said before inserting a face palm and laughing face emoji.

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Three Lions come from behind to draw in Munich

Bellingham was part of the Three Lions side who fought back from goal behind to salvage a late draw courtesy of a Harry Kane penalty.

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Jonas Hoffmann scored the opener earlier into the second half but after the introduction of Jack Grealish, who showed a desire to take on and cause the opponents problems, Gareth Southgate's side were able to find their equaliser.

Kane duly stepped up and scored his 50th goal in England colours to go above Sir Bobby Charlton in the all-time highest scorer ranks.

The England and Tottenham Hotspur captain only needs three more goals to go level with Wayne Rooney in the records and is almost certain to become England's all-time highest scorer.

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