Bale: I derive Joy I playing for Wales than My Club Reald Madrid
Following his courted controversy in Spain this season due to his behaviour, the Wales man, not minding if the club’s fans will be upsetted, further indicated that he prefers featuring for his country.
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Unfortunately for him, the 30-year old attacker have not featured for Los Blancos since sustaining a calf injury following his international duty in October, but has regained fitness on time to travel with his country team for a their Euro 2020 qualifer against Azerbaijan on Saturday.
“I definitely have more excitement playing for Wales,” Bale stated.
“I have been the most oldest player since we were in the U17s. It is like playing with your mates down the pitch on a Sunday, its normal.
“With Wales, I am speaking my own language and feel more comfortable. But it doesn’t change what I do on the pitch,” the former Tottenham star added.
“I always give 100 percent on the pitch wherever I am, that’s what I always strive to do.”
Bale, however, turns down the criticism of Spanish press, who claimed that he is more interested in playing golf than turning out for Madrid.
“I find it hilarious to be honest, especially some of the pictures and stuffs my friends send me,” he disclosed.
“On one, it said tripple bogey – and I have never had a tripple bogey! At least give me an albatross! It’s funny.
“Some of the things I have seen, people don’t understand and don’t know what they are on about. So I just find it quite funny.”
The former Tottenham skipper, who had been linked with a summer transfer to the Chinese Super League, has Featured only seven times for the Los Blancos’s side this season, scoring only two times and creating two more.
He has won Seven caps for Wales, scoring 32 goals and will hope to add more to both those tallies as the Ryan Giggs’s men chase Euro 2020 qualification over the coming week.