Bale opens up: the reason he left Madrid, the best footballer he ever played with ...

The Welsh player gave an interview to the official channel of the English club on Twitch in which he spoke of his return to Tottenham: "I wanted to help the team ...".


Gareth Bale is a happy man in London. Things go well for him, as in the last 6 games in which he has scored 6 goals and distributed 3 assists, or badly, as in the rest of the months since he signed for Tottenham, the Welshman seems to have found his place. In this comfortable atmosphere, the still Real Madrid player has given an interview to the official channel of the English club on Twitch, Amazon's streaming platform, to talk about the reasons that led him to return to the spurs, the best player with the one who has played during his career and who, for example, is "addicted" to organic chocolate.

“Everyone knows how much I love Tottenham, I left Madrid because I wanted to play and I wanted to help the team, and the fact of returning to a place where I knew they would give me so much love made it very easy to make the decision ”, Bale confessed during the round of questions from the fans. “It's something that has helped me lower my head and focus on nothing but playing soccer.”

At the Santiago Bernabéu, however, he coincided with the best player with whom he has been able to share a pitch. “The best has been Cristiano Ronaldo, for the goals and titles we have achieved together. He is undoubtedly one of the best footballers of all time, ”says the Welshman.

However, and despite the four Champions League wins he has won with Real Madrid, he considers that the celebration that best served him with his teammates off the pitch was when he managed to qualify Wales for the European Championship in France. "It was very special because it was the first time that my country qualified for the final phase of such an important tournament, and we were a group of players who had been playing together since they were 17 years old," says Bale, to his partner Joe Rodon, also Welshman, did not hesitate to point out him as the "joker" of the dressing room.

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