Bale responds to hanging up his boots after taking the Red Dragon to the World Cup

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Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale responded to reporters about hanging up his boots after playing a pivotal role in Wales’ qualification for the World Cup in Qatar with victory over Ukraine last night. past

 Gareth Bale joked that he would be happy to postpone the suspension of his boots. “A little” after helping Wales qualify for the World Cup final in Qatar with a 1-0 victory over Ukraine in the play-off final in Cardiff. The five-time Champions League winner is set to part ways with Real Madrid this summer when his contract expires in June and he played a key role in the winner’s goal. this UFABET game

          Bale’s 34th-minute free-kick was thrown into the penalty area by Andrei Yarmolenko, the Ukrainian captain trying to tackle the ball. But it turned into an own goal to give Wales a 1-0 lead, but the hard work was not finished as the Reds needed to fend off Tottenham ‘s Ukrainian Ben Davies wave of attack. And goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey became a hero in this game. Helped Rob Page ‘s side qualify for the World Cup for the first time in 64 years.

          and passing through to play the World Cup final That means Bale will need to find a new club before the 2022/23 season to maintain his fitness level for the World Cup. After he had hinted to hang up boots if Wales do not go to the World Cup Asked by Sky Sports reporter Greent Hughes if his suspension would be postponed, Bale replied: “a little”. 

Bale’s agent Jonathan Barnett previously said. We haven’t discussed anything yet. As soon as we know Wales’ situation in the World Cup We will discuss that. Tottenham Hotspur and Cardiff are the two favorites to sign Bale this summer. That means he is set to return to England after nine years in Spain. The 32-year-old cannot hide his delight in helping Wales qualify for the World Cup.

Yes, this result is the greatest result in Welsh football history. We are all happy You can see it from the fans. We’re going to the World Cup. This is what I dreamed of. It’s something we’ve been working on since we first got here. I was speechless because I was very happy. we do it for the fans It’s amazing to us. Words can’t describe how I feel right now.”

          Bale has been treated for back problems for the past four weeks. But he was able to fight through the ordeal to play 82 minutes after previously scoring two goals in the play-off semifinals against Austria in March. “ It was difficult. I haven’t done much in the last four weeks because of the spasm in my back. which everyone knows well,” he added. “I’m just happy that I got through this game. Get involved in every way you can. The important thing is to win and get through to the World Cup.”

          Wales are initially scheduled for three World Cup matches, where they are drawn in Group B, with the United States meeting their first game on November 22, then against Iran on November 25, before facing England in March. The last match of the group stage was on 29 November.