Arsenal’s man has scored more goals this season than Lewandowski and Luis Diaz combined. Real Madrid’s Jude Bellingham lavishes praise on him, saying, “I called him on phone to congratulate him, he’s a player i really love his attitude and commitments.”
JUDE BELLINGHAM SENDS ARSENAL PLAYER A FOUR-WORD MESSAGE.
Jude Bellingham celebrated Eddie Nketiah’s hat-trick for Arsenal on social media on Saturday.
The Arsenal player Eddie Nketiah is soaking up the accolades following his hat-trick against Sheffield United on Saturday.
The Gunners defeated the struggling Blades 5-0, living up to their hype as heavy favorites.
After an hour, Nketiah gave Arsenal a 3-0 lead with his first Premier League hat-trick. He was the day’s hero.
Takehiro Tomiyasu and Fabio Vieira scored goals to help Arsenal win 4-0 at the Emirates Stadium.
Jude Bellingham expresses gratitude to Eddie Nketiah
In Gabriel Jesus’ absence, Nketiah truly came through and was praised on social media.
In addition to celebrating his hat-trick, the Arsenal striker dedicated it to his recently deceased aunt.
Jude Bellingham was one of the players who sent Nketiah messages.
The Real Madrid player grabbed national attention on Saturday when he scored twice in a victory over Barcelona that ended in injury time.
Bellingham took the time to congratulate Nketiah, even though they had just been in the England setup together.
Bellingham mentioned Nketiah’s frequent phone celebration, saying, “Service must’ve been strong,” along with a fire emoji.
Bellingham’s support for Nketiah was greatly appreciated by Arsenal supporters, and he wasn’t alone.
Additionally, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang shows his respect for Nketiah.
Congratulatory tweets were sent to Nketiah by Declan Rice, Aaron Ramsdale, Martin Odegaard, David Raya, and Jurrien Timber, all of whom are teammates at Arsenal.
Additionally, a message was left by the infamously fired Mikel Arteta in 2022, the striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang of Arsenal.
In contrast, Aubameyang expressed his happiness at Nketiah’s hat-trick by yelling, “Eddie Eddie Eddie.”
Nketiah’s hat-trick was the “first of many” in the Premier League, according to Joe Willock, a midfielder for Newcastle United, something Arsenal would be hoping for.