Bellingham’s trousers at Ballon d’Or so big fans think he’s ‘wearing parachute’

Jude Bellingham demanded attention at the Ballon d'Or ceremony on Monday evening – but that attention quickly moved onto his trousers.

The 20-year-old England and Real Madrid sensation picked up the Kopa Trophy but not before his outfit on the red carpet went viral on social media. Standing next to team-mate Vinicius Jr, fans couldn't help but notice how wide they were.

Compared by some to a parachute, others couldn't get their head around his choice of suit trouser which was paired with a smart double breasted jacket and a bow tie.

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One social media user wrote: "Why is Bellingham wearing a parachute to the awards."

A second added: "Bellingham's stylist needs to be sacked the way bro's trousers are looking."

A third agreed: "Bellingham is a true Englishman what are those trousers." A fourth posted: "Bellingham's still borrowing his dad's trousers."

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The former Borussia Dortmund and Birmingham City star was awarded the Kopa Trophy which is presented to the best player under the age of 21.

Jamal Musiala was named as second in the running and he sent a message of support from Munich to his former England youth international team-mate.

Bellingham was then asked about his start to life at Real Madrid following 13 goals across 13 matches including an El Clasico brace.

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Bellingham said of his season so far: "It's been really good, I've been really welcomed by everyone at the club – my team-mates, the staff and everyone behind the scenes so it's really down to them.

"I'm always confident in my ability but they help me express it."

Lionel Messi was tipped to win the main award over Erling Haaland after firing Argentina to World Cup glory in Qatar.

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