“Oh My God, WHAT A Goal!” 😲 Saka & Bellingham React To Incredible Grassroots Goals | England Reacts

England published this video item, entitled “”Oh My God, WHAT A Goal!” 😲 Saka & Bellingham React To Incredible Grassroots Goals | England Reacts” – below is their description.

England youngsters Bukayo Saka and Jude Bellingham react to an array of grassroots goals, including a swerving free-kick, an outrageous bicycle kick and great pieces of skill from Theo Baker, Harry Pinero and Big Doug of SE Dons. Which goal is your favourite? Let us know in the comments below! 👇

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