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  • Updated: April 23, 2023

Bellingham 'Happy To Win' Bundesliga As Dortmund Move To Top Spot

Bellingham 'Happy To Win' Bundesliga As Dortmund Move To Top

Jude Bellingham

English forward Jude Bellingham expresses his desire to win the Bundesliga with Borussia Dortmund after his side's 4-0 victory over Eintracht Frankfurt propels them to the top of the table.

Bellingham, who scored Dortmund's opening goal in the dominant win, emphasized the significance of winning the league title, stating that it would "mean the world" to him.

"To be honest, it would mean everything. It would mean the world to me," Bellingham told German TV after the game.

"I don't want to get ahead of myself and talk about it too much, to end up feeling like I've already won it, as there are five really tough games to come.

"But it would be massive, I would love more than anything to win the league with this club, after everything it's given me.

"I'll give absolutely everything to try and make that happen."

The 19-year-old English midfielder, who joined Dortmund from Birmingham in 2017, has already won a German Cup with the club but has his sights set on the Bundesliga.

Despite being heavily linked with a move to top clubs like Real Madrid, Chelsea, and Manchester City in the summer, Bellingham remains focused on helping Dortmund achieve their league title aspirations.

Dortmund last won the Bundesliga in the 2011-12 season, and Bellingham is determined to contribute his all to make it happen again.

With 11 goals and seven assists in 39 appearances across all competitions this season, Bellingham has been a standout performer for Dortmund and continues to attract attention from top clubs across Europe.

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