England sensation Jude Bellingham gets over World Cup heartache with festive trip to London’s Winter Wonderland… posing with fans and enjoying rides in Hyde Park
- Jude Bellingham gets over World Cup heartbreak by visiting Winter Wonderland
- England star spotted at London attraction posing with fans and enjoying rides
- The teenager was one of England’s standout stars before their quarter-final exit
- Borussia Dortmund midfielder is a target for a number of Premier League clubs
Jude Bellingham has been spotted getting over his World Cup disappointment by getting festive at London’s Winter Wonderland.
The England midfielder was one of the tournament’s standout players in Qatar and a key player in the Three Lions’ run to the quarter-finals.
Bellingham notched his first goal for his country in the opening 6-2 win over Iran and would go on to dominate games against Wales and Senegal. While his celebration with Jordan Henderson after he set up the Liverpool man’s goal against the Africans will be one of the tournament’s lasting images.
Jude Bellingham was spotted at London’s Winter Wonderland after England’s World Cup exit
However, Bellingham’s performances couldn’t prevent England crashing out, as Olivier Giroud’s winner saw France overcome Gareth Southgate’s men in a 2-1 quarter-final win.
Having returned from the tournament after England’s exit, Bellingham has been enjoying some downtime in London before he heads back to Borussia Dortmund ahead of their season resuming next month.
The 19-year-old was spotted by fans at Hyde Park’s festive attraction, where he could be seen enjoying the rides and posing with fans in the cold London evening.
Bellingham (R) celebrates setting up Jordan Henderson’s goal in one of the moments of the tournament in Qatar
The teenager notched his first England goal at the World Cup when he scored against Iran
Despite being wrapped up in puffer jacket and beanie, fans were quick to notice the teenage star and posted pictures online of Bellingham at the festive themed event.
The attraction came under fire this week when one of the rides at the event hit a technical fault, leaving two riders trapped.
The slingshot ride snapped, sending the pod hurling into the support beam with the two revellers still inside the sphere.
Thankfully no one was hurt, but it’s the second incident that has marred Winter Wonderland after a stabbing was reported outside the attraction last week.
Bellingham’s displays have made him one of the hottest properties in football, with a number of Premier League clubs set to try and prize him away from Dortmund in the summer.
Borussia Dortmund may have a fight on their hands to keep their star midfielder at the club