Incredible unseen footage shows Jude Bellingham's full Chelsea meltdown as he lobs bottle & yells at Cucurella | The Sun

JUDE BELLINGHAM was absolutely fuming after Borussia Dortmund's Champions League exit to Chelsea – and didn't bother trying to hide it.

Dortmund were eliminated from the last 16 after losing 2-0 to the Blues in a controversial clash at Stamford Bridge.

The West Londoners opened the scoring with Raheem Sterling just two minutes before half-time but it was their second goal that led to intense protests from the visitors.

Graham Potter's side earned a contentious spot-kick after the ball hit Marius Wolf's arm, which appeared to support the rest of his body during a tackle.

Kai Havertz took the shot and rattled the post but the referee called for a retake as players got inside the box too early and the Germany international didn't miss his second attempt on 53 minutes.

That was the goal that made it 2-1 on aggregate and took Chelsea through to the quarter-finals, but Bellingham was incensed at full-time.

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Fan footage caught the midfielder having an intense shouting match with Marc Cucurella.

The England international had some angry words with Cucurella while he was held back by Kalidou Koulibaly, Enzo Fernandez and Christian Pulisic, but the situation thankfully didn't escalate.

However, the 19-year-old was still enraged as he slammed his bottle to the grass and sent its contents flying all over the pitch.

Bellingham then appeared to push away the lens of a cameraman, who was trying to film him walk off.

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The ex-Birmingham star, who has been linked with a move to Chelsea amid an ongoing bidding war for his signature, didn't hold back during his post-match interview and described the penalty as a "joke".

Bellingham told BT Sport: 'I've not seen the incident back.

"From where I was, it looked like it was pretty close and I'm not sure what more he can do with the hands.

"A yard or two away, I'm not too sure. I don't want to get in trouble, I've paid enough to them lot.


"I think that in itself was disappointing, and then the fact that they've had a retake, I think it's a joke.

"For every penalty, especially when he has such a slow run-up, there's going to be people encroaching into the box by a yard or so.

"But that's the game I suppose, he's made the decision and we've had to live with it."

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