REAL MADRID drew 0-0 with Rayo Vallecano on Sunday after Jude Bellingham failed to find the target.
The England star was the hero last week, scoring twice as Real came from behind to beat Barcelona in El Classico.
Jude Bellingham cut a frustrated figure as Real Madrid drew with Rayo Vallecano Credit: Rex
The midfielder picked up the man of the match award Credit: Alamy
The England star has 11 Man of the Match awards this season
Bellingham, 20, has scored in ten of his 14 Real games, including in each of his Champions League appearances.
But when the midfielder does not find the back of the net Real struggle, having won just one of the four games Bellingham has not scored in.
Bellingham has scored 13 goals in 14 games for Los Blancos – 44.8 per cent of Real’s goals this season.
That is a greater percentage than Cristiano Ronaldo managed in his entire spell at the Bernabeu.
In fact, it is bigger than any player in the club’s history – the highest percentage across a full season is former striker Pruden, who scored 42.8 per cent of Real Madrid’s goals in 1945/46.
Real appear to be missing Karim Benzema following his summer move to Saudi Arabian outfit Al-Ittiad.
The Frenchman bagged 31 goals last season with his replacement Joselu notching just five times this campaign.
Fellow attackers Vinicius Jr and Rodrygo have not hit their usual heights either, with three and two goals scored respectively.
Despite drawing a blank Bellingham was awarded the Man of the Match award for the 11th time this campaign.
He is still LaLiga top scorer with ten goals, three ahead of Alvaro Morata, Gerard Moreno and Antoine Griezmann.