Real Madrid attacker Brahim Diaz copied a Jude Bellingham technique in Real Madrid's LaLiga game at home to Granada on Saturday – and the former Manchester City man scored Los Blancos' first goal in a 2-0 win at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Brahim, who spent the last three seasons on loan at AC Milan, was mostly used as a substitute in the first few weeks of the season.
However, he has been given more playing time recently by coach Carlo Ancelotti due to a series of injuries in midfield and attack.
Against Granada, he was used behind forwards Joselu and Rodrygo as Bellingham started in a deeper role.
And after 26 minutes, the 24-year-old ran onto an exquisite defence-splitting pass by Toni Kroos to fire Real Madrid into the lead.
Brahim's goal set Los Blancos on their way to victory, which was confirmed by a Rodrygo strike 12 minutes into the second half.
After his goal, Brahim celebrated with Bellingham, with the two having built up a good relationship – partly due to the fact that the former Manchester City player speaks good English.
Diaz played Saturday's game with ripped socks, copying a technique adopted by Bellingham which supposedly relieves pressure on the calf muscles.
Speaking to reporters afterwards, he said: "My calves had gone up in the last few matches and I didn't know why. Bellingham runs for 90 minutes and he's fine, so I said 'I have to do something'. So I cut them because of him."
And jokingly, he added: "Let's hope they don't blow up again now that I go up the stairs!"
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Meanwhile, it has been claimed that Bellingham rejected Manchester United because the Red Devils were unable to guarantee him first-team football at Old Trafford.
And following his heroics in El Clasico for Real Madrid recently, the England midfielder has been compared to Los Blancos legend Cristiano Ronaldo.
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