X reacts as Jude Bellingham scores stoppage time winner in El Clasico

  • Bellingham scored the winner in El Clasico
  • The derby finished 3-2
  • Madrid have all-but sealed the title with the win on Sunday
Another famous goal
Another famous goal / David Ramos/GettyImages

A 91st minute goal from Jude Bellingham earned Real Madrid a dramatic El Clasico win on Sunday evening at the Santiago Bernabeu.

The England star popped up late in the game to make it 3-2 in his side's favour, after goals from Vinicius Junior, Andreas Christensen, Fermin Lopez and Lucas Vazquez had made it 2-2 entering the latter stages of the game.

The win sees Madrid go 11 points clear of Barca with just six games remaining.

Here's how social media reacted to the game.

Capitalising on the 120 minutes in the legs of most of Real Madrid's starting lineup, Barca pressed forward with real intent in the opening minutes, forcing their El Clasico rivals into a number of uncharacteristic mistakes in the defensive third.

The bulk of these mistakes were being made by goalkeeper Andriy Lunin, who looked all set to follow up a storming performance in midweek against Man City with a rather dire one in El Clasico.

His inability to punch a corner kick delivery clear in the sixth minute led to the opening goal of the game for Barca, with Andreas Christensen capitalising on this error to make it 1-0.

That lead didn't last for too long however, with the home side seemingly being awoken from an early game slumber by Christensen's header.

After creating a few decent chances, Real Madrid would capitalise on a silly challenge from Pau Cubarsi in the box to score the equaliser via the penalty spot.

Vinicius Junior coolly slotted him the spot kick.

Chances would come and go for both sides throughout the remainder of a thrilling first half of El Clasico action at the Santiago Bernabeu.

One of said chances, a flicked effort from Lamine Yamal from a corner kick which was saved by Lunin, would provide one of the key talking points of the first 45.

While Lunin was able to prevent the ball from nestling in the back of the net, there was uncertainty over whether he had prevented it from crossing the goal line too.

After a lengthy VAR check, the referee Cesar Soto Grado deemed the ball to have not crossed the line.

It's fair to say that football X was torn over the decision...

Barca were the much, much better side in the second half of the game at the Santiago Bernabeu - looking a lot less tired than their Clasico rivals after their Champions League exploits.

Substitutes would ultimately turn the game in the visitors favour after the hour mark, with Robert Lewandowski and Raphinha being replaced by Joao Felix and Ferran Torres - changes that were well received by Barca fans.

La Blaugrana would get their deservedly get their second goal in the 70th minute, with Fermin Lopez prodding home after Lunin had palmed a Yamal cross back into the danger area.

Just like in the first half, Barca's lead wouldn't last too long.

Five minutes later, against the run of play, Madrid would find an equaliser through Lucas Vazquez...

Real Madrid would have a great chance to win the game late on when Vinicius Junior latched on to a quick kick out from Lunin to steam through the Barca defence and into the penalty area.

When one-on-one with Marc-Andre ter Stegen however, Vini would come off second best, seeing his subsequent effort on goal well saved by the goalkeeper.

It seemed that that may be the final opportunity of the game, but there was still time for Los Blancos to steal all three points at the death.

The match-winning goal would come courtesy of Jude Bellingham (who else?), who was able to slide in at the back post to seal the win and, likely the La Liga title.