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Jordan Henderson wasn’t the only Englishman scoring in the Champions League on Wednesday night because a rumoured Liverpool target was also showcasing his worth in Turkey.

There has been a lot of talk about Liverpool seemingly wanting to sign Dortmund superstar, Bellingham, well he showed everyone why last night with a stunning display for the German club.

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The teenager opened the scoring for Dortmund, who beat Besiktas 2-1 in Turkey, and he got a response from Liverpool midfielder, Henderson.

After Bellingham posted on Instagram saying ‘nothing better than these nights’, his England teammate issued a response in the comments section by saying: ‘love to see it.’, as he held up the Man of the Match award.

Not bad for an 18-year-old, eh?!

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Hours after Bellingham helped Dortmund to three points, Henderson was channelling his inner Steven Gerrard over on Merseyside.

In a topsy-turvy game involving two European giants, the Reds beat AC Milan 3-2, with Henderson scoring the winning goal in the second half with a well-taken finish from the edge of the area.

Liverpool fans will no doubt be loving what they are seeing from Bellingham and the growing relationship he has with Henderson.

During Euro 2020, both players seemed very close, as they guided the Three Lions to the final.

Well, one day, just perhaps, they could become club teammates.

The Daily Star have claimed that Liverpool want to sign the box-to-box midfielder next summer in a record £80 million deal.

The big thing here is that Jurgen Klopp needs a player of Bellingham’s ilk, he is the type the German would push for and the signs suggest that it would be the right move down the line.

A physical presence in the middle of the park, Bellingham is very aggressive without the ball, he can win his ground duels, can take the ball out of tight areas, loves driving with the ball and likes making attacking runs without the ball.

Then there is his ability to score goals from deep, which is needed in this Liverpool side.

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