Fans think Bellingham has "most co-commentator voice ever" after interview

Football fans have joked that Borussia Dortmund's young starlet Jude Bellingham has the "most co-commentator voice ever" following his post-match interview.

Bellingham was speaking to Nordic-based TV group Viaplay following Dortmund's clash with Bayern Munich over the weekend.

Dortmund fell short to their German rivals in the Der Klassiker, and Bellingham wasn't best pleased with one decision in particular.

Mats Hummels was deemed to have handled the ball in the area, and it gifted Bayern a golden goalscoring chance.

And while the 18-year-old fumed over a refereeing decision, some football fans noted that the pace and pitch of his voice sounded exactly like a co-commentator.

The Fake Carlton football account tweeted: "Jude Bellingham has the most co-commentator voice I’ve ever heard."

"The name as well. I can already hear there "I'm Jim Beglin and with me today is Jude Bellingham," a second joked.

A third added: "The kid's so good he already sounds like he's a retired former pro."

A fourth joked: "Not getting any co coms work with opinions like that though. Not quite 'he’s hit it too well if anything' is it?"

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However, Bellingham has come under fire for the interview.

The England man had said: "For me, it wasn't [a penalty]. He [Hummels] is not even looking at the ball and he's fighting to get it and it hits him.

"You can look at a lot of the decisions in the game.

"You give a referee, that has match fixed before, the biggest game in Germany, what do you expect?"

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According to Sky Germany, Bellingham is now the suspect of a criminal investigation after a complaint was filed over his comments.

In 2005, Felix Zwayer was banned for six months during following a match-fixing scandal.

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