Moment Jude Bellingham throws up on pitch in Englands hectic draw with Germany

Jude Bellingham appeared to throw up during the closing stages of England's Nations League draw with Germany on Tuesday evening (June 7) having been brought into the action as a first-half substitute.

The 18-year-old has again been praised for his performance as Gareth Southgate's men secured a late draw thanks to Harry Kane's penalty, but he might now be ready for a period of rest.

The Borussia Dortmund starlet wandered towards the corner flag and put his hands on his knees with two minutes of additional time remaining in the fixture – before liquid exploded from his mouth and onto the grass.

Both his teammates and the opposition didn't react to the expulsion, getting on with the final few seconds before the spoils were shared in Nations League group A3.

One eagle-eyed viewer asked on Twitter: "Was Jude Bellingham just sick on the pitch?"

With a second saying: "Swear Bellingham just been sick all over the gaff hahaaa."

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Bellingham, who joined Dortmund from Birmingham back in 2020, made 44 club appearances in 2021/22, as well as 12 for England since the start of 2021.

Southgate has been full of praise for the midfielder, but did hint earlier this year that he should consider a move away from the Bundesliga.

He said: "The league is definitely a brilliant league for young players and coaches to develop but of course the standard of the Premier League is undoubtedly higher, I think we see that in the European competitions.

"Our top teams are going to be right at the end of the Champions League every year, the financial power of our league is blowing everyone else out of the water so our big teams are going to be the main players in those competitions as they have been in the last years really.

"We’ve talked to him about his game this week. There are things, understandably for any player, for him to work on and for him some specifics we are looking for from him.

"But he is very coachable, wants to learn and is highly motivated."

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