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England youngster Jude Bellingham had an interesting experience on the field in the Bundesliga game playing for Borussia Dortmund. The 18-year old showed great skills with his hands, catching a beer glass from his left hand and then drank his first beer during the game itself, but didn't really like it.

On Saturday, Borussia's Erling Braut Haaland scored a goal from the penalty spot and Bellingham leaped on to him in jubilation near the stands and the hostile away crowd started throwing beer glasses onto the field, while most of them fell on the ground, the latter picked one out of the thin air and drank it. Leverkusen took an early lead in the game owing to Florian Wirtz's strike but Haaland's 37th-minute equaliser meant the visitors were back in the game. The home side took the lead again as Patrik Schick helped them put 2-1 ahead at half-time.

The game kept ebbing and flowing after the first half as Julian Brandt's equaliser in the 49th minute was responded back strongly by Leverkusen as Moussa Diaby scored in the 55th minute.

However, Dortmund didn't let the game and the spirit slip as Raphael Guerreiro's goal in the 71st minute and Haaland's winner from a penalty in the 77th minute ensured the tourists took the game 4-3.
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