Real Madrid defeats Manchester United with Bellingham as star of the match

The Spanish club easily defeated the English side by a score of 2-0. Bellingham, one of Madrid’s new signings, scored a goal and continues to give fans reason for excitement.

Carlo Ancelotti and his Real Madrid side remain undefeated on their tour of the United States. In their second preseason match, Real Madrid defeated Manchester United 2-0 in a match played at the NRG Stadium in Houston between two of the teams with the best records in the history of soccer.

After the match, Ancelotti highlighted the performance of his players. "It was a good game. We played well, especially in the first half. We defended better than in the first game. In the second half we showed a good attitude. We left satisfied. We have a team without ego and that is the most important thing. The squad is very good, we are complete," he said at the press conference.

The game had two clear stars, both players who recently signed with Real Madrid: Jude Bellingham and Joselu Mato. Wearing the number five on his jersey worn by team legends such as Zinedine Zidane, the English player was the best player of the match. At just 20 years of age, his first two games with Madrid have the fans excited about their new player.

He scored the first goal of the game just six minutes into the match. Bellingham received a great pass from teammate Antonio Rüdiger and, after a good control, lifted the ball over the Manchester United goalkeeper to put Real Madrid ahead 1-0.

The second goal of the match was a work of art. Joselu Mato, another of Real Madrid's new signings this summer, scored the second and final goal of the match with a spectacular bicycle kick just minutes before the end of the game (2-0). At 33, he has returned to the club he played for from 2009 to 2012 with the aim of filling the absence of one of the club's great legends, Karim Benzema, who left for a Saudi Arabian soccer club in June.

Real Madrid's next game on its preseason tour of the United States will be against FC Barcelona. Dallas' AT&T Stadium will host “El Clásico” this Saturday at 4 p.m. CT.