Jude Bellingham ran around Scotland as No. 10. Photo: James Gill/Getty Images
No matter asking Pep Guardiola, Phil At the stadium Hampden Park Fodens saw in detail why he won't be playing for England as a number 10 anytime soon.
Fodens, along with manager Gareth Southgate and the traveling England fans, watched as Jude Bellingham announced to yourself. as the country's last showman in his first match against Scotland.
Bellingham finished off his first-half goal as long as he could, standing in front of the England fans' corner with his arms outstretched and making sure it was his last player who left the field during half-time. This is a 20-year-old guy who craves attention.
One of England's most famous showmen, Paul Gascoigne, loved to cheat the Scots, as did Bellingham, based on this evidence.
Those who have accused Southgate of being cautious may have to reconsider their criticism if he keeps Bellingham as his No. 10, because it could prove to be one of the most positive moves he has made.
Southgate spent preparation for the game, explaining why he and Guardiola have yet to fulfill Foden's wish to become their central player. But Bellingham has given the most compelling reason why the Manchester City star will have to settle for a place on his country's flank.
Bellingham wasn't afraid to get stuck. Photo: Reuters/Lee Smith
It's not just his opponents who are under pressure, with Bellingham shaking his head when the ball went backwards rather than forwards towards him and raising his hands when his teammates failed to find him when he was unmarked.
Jordan Henderson held Bellingham's hand at the World Cup in Qatar last year, but he no longer needs a guardian and is already making it clear he is ready to make next summer's European Championship his own.
< p>Bellingham almost ended his an evening in Glasgow with a goal that could have been replayed for years to come as he scrambled past a pair of outstretched boots, but Gunn made a good save with his feet to prevent him finding the back of the goal.
However, he was not to be denied another outstanding moment before the final whistle when Bellingham spun 360 degrees around Scotland substitute Ryan Christie and played a perfect pass for Kane to end any hopes of a goal. homecoming.
Bellingham celebrated his assist with almost as much enthusiasm as Kane celebrated his goal. England's new showman is born.