Real Madrid’s Carlo Ancelotti Praises Jude Bellingham’s Goal-Scoring Prowess

Real Madrid’s Carlo Ancelotti Praises Jude Bellingham’s Goal-Scoring Prowess

Real Madrid’s English midfielder, Jude Bellingham, continues to impress as he notched his fifth goal in four games for the club, securing a dramatic 95th-minute winner against Getafe. Currently leading the La Liga scoring charts, Bellingham’s remarkable goal-scoring run is turning heads in the football world.

Real Madrid found themselves trailing 1-0 at half-time against Getafe but made a spirited comeback in the second half, with Bellingham playing a pivotal role in their resurgence.

Real Madrid’s Carlo Ancelotti Praises Jude Bellingham’s Goal-Scoring Prowess
Real Madrid’s Carlo Ancelotti Praises Jude Bellingham’s Goal-Scoring Prowess

After the game, Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti spoke highly of Bellingham’s goal-scoring ability, suggesting that the young midfielder could fill the attacking void left by the absence of Karim Benzema this season. Ancelotti expressed his confidence in Bellingham’s scoring potential, stating, “He can score 15 goals without a problem.”

Ancelotti further praised Bellingham’s exceptional off-the-ball movement, identifying it as the midfielder’s standout quality. He emphasized Bellingham’s ability to break defensive lines and make intelligent runs, attributing his goal-scoring success to this attribute. Ancelotti observed Bellingham’s calm and focused demeanor on the pitch, acknowledging the player’s strong desire to contribute to the team’s success.

Real Madrid’s Carlo Ancelotti Praises Jude Bellingham’s Goal-Scoring Prowess
Real Madrid’s Carlo Ancelotti Praises Jude Bellingham’s Goal-Scoring Prowess

The Real Madrid coach also highlighted a change in playing style that has contributed to Bellingham’s evolution as a goal scorer. Ancelotti noted that Bellingham has incorporated more movement without the ball, particularly in advancing towards the opponent’s goal. This change in approach has made Bellingham a dynamic player who consistently drives forward rather than retreating.

Real Madrid’s Carlo Ancelotti Praises Jude Bellingham’s Goal-Scoring Prowess

Real Madrid’s Carlo Ancelotti Praises Jude Bellingham’s Goal-Scoring Prowess

Jude Bellingham’s progress and impressive performances have not gone unnoticed, as he has been called up to the England squad for their Euro 2024 qualifying match against Ukraine and a friendly with Scotland. As Bellingham’s star continues to rise, fans eagerly anticipate his future contributions to both Real Madrid and the English national team.

“The Best Countries for Expats: Insights from Residents”

Valencia has a mild climate with more than 300 days of sunshine per year (Credit: Gonzalo Azumendi/Getty Images)

Whether it’s navigating a new culture, exploring local haunts, or building new friendships, living abroad presents a unique set of joys and challenges. Expats often find different countries more conducive to their lifestyles and preferences. The Expat Insider report by Internations, the world’s largest expat network, ranks countries based on 56 aspects of expat life, offering a diverse list that appeals to various tastes. We’ve spoken to residents in some of the top-ranked countries to understand what makes them cherish their new homes.

“The Best Countries for Expats: Insights from Residents”

Expats are drawn to Panama by affordable housing, warm weather and ease of getting a visa (Credit: Bogdan Lazar/Alamy)


Mexico, consistently a top performer since 2014, claimed the number one spot this year. The country excels in the Ease of Settling In index and local friendliness, with 75% of expats finding it easy to make local friends, a stark contrast to the global average of 43%. Dutch expat Aemilius Dost praises the friendliness of the people and the simplicity of the lifestyle. While Mexico has some bureaucratic challenges, maintaining residency is relatively straightforward, and learning Spanish can significantly enhance the expat experience.

Expats also value Mexico’s rich culture and history, fostering a deep connection. Mexico offers a wide range of cities and landscapes, allowing residents to find their perfect place. Elizabeth Lemos, a Uruguayan expat, highlights the country’s diversity and the warmth of its people.

“The Best Countries for Expats: Insights from Residents”

Manama is Bahrain’s largest city and its national capital (Credit: Mekdet/Getty Images)


Spain consistently ranks in the top 10 for its quality of life, thanks to its culture, nightlife, recreational opportunities, moderate climate, and picturesque landscapes. Resident Patricia Palacios emphasizes the pleasant climate and the Mediterranean cuisine, influenced by various cultures over the years. Spain boasts a relatively lower cost of living compared to other European countries, but local salaries tend to be lower as well.

Expats in Spain appreciate the friendly locals who are patient with foreigners learning the language. Learning Spanish is not only practical but also a sign of respect for the local culture. Approximately 80% of expats feel at home in Spain, well above the global average.


Panama ranks third overall, excelling in ease of settling in, ease of making friends, and culture and welcome categories. The introduction of a digital nomad visa program with low fees has made Panama attractive for remote workers. The country’s climate, with temperatures ranging from 75°F to 85°F all year, is a significant draw. The US-dollar-based economy simplifies financial management.

Affordable housing and a favorable financial situation contribute to expat satisfaction, with 80% reporting contentment. Panama offers an enticing blend of economic and personal safety, along with beautiful beachfront properties. The country has a diverse culture, welcoming locals, and a thriving expat community.


Bahrain, the sole Middle Eastern country in the top 10, holds the ninth spot and showed the most improvement from 2022 to 2023, climbing 19 places. Its strong performance in the Personal Finance index is driven by expat satisfaction with the cost of living and financial situations. Bahrain also tops the Expat Essentials category, offering ease in administration, housing, digital access, and language.

The country is known for its warm and culturally friendly environment, where expats are welcomed with open arms. The work environment is both welcoming and competitive, fostering career growth. Expats often end up staying longer than planned, purchasing property, and enjoying a work-life balance.

“The Best Countries for Expats: Insights from Residents”

Malaysia has an astonishing variety of landscapes, cultures, cities and cuisines (Credit: Bloodua/Getty Images)


Malaysia secured the fourth spot in the overall index and stands out in the Quality of Life subindex, particularly in travel opportunities. Its strategic location allows easy access to Southeast Asia, making it an ideal base for frequent travelers. The cost of living is manageable, and the prevalence of English eases communication.

Malaysia’s diverse landscapes, cultures, and cuisines offer a rich experience for expats. The Malay culture places a high value on education, and expats appreciate the respect shown to educators. Making friends is initially easy in Malaysia, but building lasting connections may require effort.

In these countries, expats find a combination of factors that enhance their living experiences, from culture and climate to affordability and friendliness. Each place offers unique opportunities and challenges, appealing to a wide range of individuals seeking a new home abroad.

‘We’re proper in love with Florida after our TUI holiday’ – Our first family trip to Disney World

Charlotte Ainscough explains why Disney, Florida with TUI has become her regular long-haul holiday

The family made plenty of special memories in Florida (Image: TUI)

The first time I went to Walt Disney World, Florida I was two. I went with my mum and my grandparents – it was a big family holiday. We went back to Florida every couple of years after that.

‘We’re proper in love with Florida after our TUI holiday’ – Our first family trip to Disney World

I never grew out of it! My husband, James, and I went for our honeymoon and we go for every anniversary.

My daughter AJ’s growing up, so we can take her along now as well. James and I both work long hours and it’s always, “Let’s be a grown-up!” But for a couple of weeks of the year, we get to go and be big kids. Somewhere where there are zero worries. It helps that we love roller coasters, I suppose!

I’ve been nine times in total and I always book through TUI.

They’re easily the best on price and the service is incredible. They were super quick to resolve an issue we had with our room – great service!

Pure magic: Charlotte, James, and AJ love Walt Disney World Florida (Image: TUI)

The hotel, Port Orleans Riverside, was on-site and I can’t advise staying there enough.

When we wanted to go to the parks, we could just jump on a bus. The other thing I liked about staying in a Disney hotel is that the people are just so friendly.

I think it’s because they feel safe and they’re in this little Disney bubble. I don’t know, but they’re genuinely nicer.

“For a couple of weeks of the year, we get to go and be big kids”

The beauty of booking an all-inclusive deal through TUI is that we could choose our restaurants up to 60 days in advance. Some of them sell out fast, so this is handy.

‘We’re proper in love with Florida after our TUI holiday’ – Our first family trip to Disney World

If you get the chance, definitely try out Space 220. It’s brand new. It starts with an elevator and you arrive at the space station.

My little one’s obsessed with space, so she loved it. I mean we thought we were in space.

The white sands of Miami Beach, Florida (Image: LG Media Group)

I was impressed with the food at the hotel. Some evenings, AJ would get tired so we ate at the food court. There was a great selection with a special dish every night.

Or you can venture further with TUI and take a break to San Francisco, Washington DC, or Chicago; there are so many great places within reach.

My advice? Just do it!

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Short haul: Ibiza
Cala Saladeta, Ibiza (Image: TUI)

Holidays in Ibiza go beyond its renowned nightlife. The island’s sleepy villages, beautiful beaches, and UNESCO-protected old town tell another story.

Northern towns like Puerto San Miguel and Portinatx are where to find quiet sandy coves and flower-covered hills. Otherwise, Santa Eulalia strikes a balance between vibrant and laidback, with chic boutiques, bars, and a family-favorite sandy beach.

Check out Sirenis Hotel Club Siesta, where there are four pools and bathtubs on your balcony. Or, there’s nearby Ibiza Town itself, whose waterfront area is a mix of smart restaurants and vibrant markets. Sir Joan Hotel, facing the marina, is the place to stay.

Mid haul: Egypt
Makadi Hotel poolbar in Egypt (Image: TUI)

There’s a reason more than 12 million tourists flock to Egypt every year.

Combining ancient wonders with modern luxury, it offers history, culture, and relaxation – from exploring the Pyramids of Giza or sailing along the Nile River to enjoying the tranquility of a rejuvenating spa, elegant rooms, and gourmet dining of premium hotels, like TUI BLUE Makadi Gardens.

Egypt ticks all the boxes for holidaymakers drawn to great weather and white beaches, with Hurghada, Sharm El Sheikh, and Marsa Alam all touching the crystal-clear waters of the Red Sea.

After dark, its cocktail bars and nightclubs help the nightlife scene go beyond expectations.

Long haul: Mexico
Enjoy the beautiful beaches of Mexico (Image: Cezare White Photography /

Where to begin with one of our favorite long-haul all-inclusive destinations? Maybe in Caribbean-facing Cancun, with its 22km ribbon of white sand, shopping malls, and vibrant nightlife.

Otherwise, there’s Riviera Maya, which serves up tropical jungles and Mayan relics. Stay at Bahia Principe Grand Coba and make the most of its six à la carte restaurants.

On the Pacific side, Puerto Vallarta offers serene beaches and adventurous mountain activities. Los Cabos in Baja California is a special spot, too, with its desert landscapes and all-inclusive options. You’ll love Hacienda Encantada Resort & Spa near Land’s End, too.

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