Gareth Bale more secured at Real Madrid than Zidane future as Manager

Gareth Bale more secured at Real Madrid than Zidane future as Manager.
Gareth Bale more secured at Real Madrid than Zidane future as Manager.

Gareth Bale seems more secured at Real Madrid than Zinedine Zidane as his twin finisher saves Real Madrid against Villarreal.

Gareth Bale has been the name Zidane wants to do away with but the Welshman’s performances still speak louder than Zidane’s voice does at Real Madrid.

Real Madrid was hosted at Estadio de la Cerámica by owners Villarreal who opened the scoreline yesterday but Bale was too quick to finish up Dani Carvajal’s cross as the Spanish received a skilful pass from new signing, Luka Jovic.

Villarreal’s Moi Gomez restored the lead to his side but here comes Bale again with a fine dribble, cutting in from the right and brought the game back to level with an individual strike.

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Despite that Bale had a bad end for the game as he was sent off the pitch following his multiple yellow cards, Bale seems to be the best player at Santiago Bernabeu currently, with Eden Hazard sidelined.

Zidane also gave a try to two newcomers, Ferland Mendy and Luka Jovic who also put out pretty performances in the game alongside Gareth Bale for Real Madrid.

Bale’s second goal marks his 104 for Los Blancos over the last 6 years and this proves his class, despite been absent often due to injury issues as he’s termed ‘Mr Glass.’

Different name with the same number of goals for Real Madrid is the Brazilian Ronaldo.

But there are still little chances Gareth Bale might leave which do not seem anywhere close after Real Madrid pulled out of a deal that would have had the Welsh man join the Chinese League when Zidane fired for his exit.

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Real Madrid is convinced Gareth Bale is good at what he does, although Zidane still does not believe he’s needed after he has been the only player to bring him smiles.

“A point is always positive,” Zidane said after the game.

Formerly called El Madrigal in 2013 was the same ground Bale opened his Real Madrid score sheet when he joined from Tottenham.

Real Madrid is now 4 points behind local rivals, Atletico Madrid as Bale at Santiago Bernabeu seems more secured that Zidane who risks been fired if he fails to deliver.

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