EFL: Jude Bellingham scores at 16, Bolton lose 5-0 again, Southend remain pointless

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Leeds had 21 shots and 62% possession against Swansea, but the one statistic that really counts…With the English Football League season already six rounds old, it’s usually about now that those eye-catching unbeaten starts begin to grind to a halt.As it happens, nine teams will head into September having yet to taste defeat – but Saturday did claim a couple of high-profile victims.Leeds United, top of the Championship at the start of the day, were stung by a 90th-minute Wayne Routledge winner as Swansea City leapfrogged the Whites to reach the summit and keep their own unblemished record intact.In League One, Sunderland’s first loss was not quite such a close-run thing, with the Black Cats thrashed 3-0 at Peterborough United and ending the game with nine men.The drama and chaos of those two matches were indicative of another busy day in the EFL – and here are a few more things you wouldn’t want to miss.’It’s something I’ve dreamt of since I was a boy’Barcelona winger Ansu Fati may have hit the headlines on Saturday for becoming the club’s youngest-ever La Liga goalscorer – but he wasn’t the only 16-year-old doing his thing this weekend.Jude Bellingham, who only turned 16 in June, came off the bench to score the winner in Birmingham City’s 2-1 victory over struggling Stoke City.Having been with Blues since the age of seven, Bellingham became the youngest first-team player in their history when he made his debut in the Carabao Cup earlier this month.He said after the match against the Potters that scoring was “something I’ve dreamt of since I was a boy” – which, in fairness, could’ve been as re

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