‘Shameful’: Gareth Bale angers fans and Spanish press as he jokes about falling asleep with a face mask over his eyes as he kicks back in the stands during Real Madrid’s win over Alaves
- Real Madrid supporters are raging against attacker Gareth Bale again
- The Welshman pretended to fall asleep joking with other alternates
- He has started trolling the fans who have come to despise him over the years
- Bale’s Real stint comes to an end with the star left out of the last four games
Gareth Bale has once again infuriated Real Madrid fans by pretending to nod during Real Madrid’s clash with Alaves while dragging his opponents again.
The Welshman was left on the bench for the fourth game in a row, as Los Blancos again scored a major victory in the title race, beating the visitors 2-0.
Bale, who only started 12 games this LaLiga season, laughed sarcastically when Madrid brought in the fifth and final replacement.
Gareth Bale has infuriated Real Madrid fans once again by pretending to fall asleep halfway through
Bale again turned to fans by putting the mask over his face and laughing at teammates
The winger broke with a grin after Zidane made his fifth and final substitution, leaving Bale behind
Later in the game, the winger leaned into his seat and covered his eyes with a face mask at the fanless Bernabeu. Many Premier League fans found the excitement amusing, but Madrid’s was furious.
“Very disrespectful of Gareth Bale. It is clear that he no longer wants to be part of the club. His performances have been terrible lately (when he played), don’t blame Zidane for not playing, ” wrote a fan account from Madrid.
Marca’s Ruben Jimenez added, ‘Does Bale plan to laugh in the stands until 2022? Does he not need football or revenge? ‘
Bale started against Mallorca, but made no impression and has since been left out for four games
Bale has previously lifted Madrid fans and posed with an inflammatory banner while he was with Wales
The 30-year-old hit back at his Spanish critics by posing in an international service with a banner saying ‘Wales, golf, Madrid, in that order’, after Real fans accused him of putting more effort into his then swing his football career.
Bale makes over £ 350,000 a week in Madrid and could have a hard time earning comparable wages elsewhere after injuries and his strained relationship with Zinedine Zidane has seen his career in Spain slowly decline.