‘Unwell’ Gareth Bale played golf
Real Madrid were back in action on Tuesday at the Audi Cup against Tottenham.
The match could have been an occasion for Gareth Bale to face his former employers, Spurs, but that wasn’t to be.
Zinedine Zidane claimed that Gareth Bale missed Real Madrid’s pre-season trip to Munich because he wasn’t feeling well.
— Nils Kern (@nilskern17) July 30, 2019
However, Spanish outlet El Confidential have posted a picture on Wednesday showing Bale on the golf course yesterday. Readers are told:
According to Zidane, Bale did not travel to Munich because “he did not feel well.” However, at the same time that Madrid played against Tottenham, he was worried about improving… his swing.
“Según Zidane, Bale no viajó a Múnich porque ‘no se sentía bien’. Sin embargo, a la misma hora que el Madrid jugaba contra el Tottenham, él estaba preocupado por mejorar… su swing”. Por @Kike_Marin_ https://t.co/BiFcd4DCja
— El Confidencial (@elconfidencial) July 31, 2019
El Confidential claim that Bale played golf at Santander Group City, in Boadilla del Monte.
It’s claimed that Bale was playing the 14th hole at 8pm at night.
The report also delivered the following assessment of Bale’s situation at Madrid:
It is evident that Real Madrid has a problem with the Welshman, because of his obvious lack of commitment.
Real Madrid 0 – Tottenham 1
Harry Kane was again Tottenham’s match-winner.
A terrible mistake from Real Madrid left-back Marcelo gifted possession to Kane in the first half.
Clean through on goal, the Spurs and England striker beat Keylor Navas at his near post.
VERY cool from Harry Kane against Real Madrid 😎 pic.twitter.com/Ibsp7rhRzy
— Match of the Day (@BBCMOTD) July 30, 2019
Real Madrid are suffering a terrible run of form in pre-season. Los Blancos have failed to win a match in 90 minutes ni four attempts.
Bayern Munich beat Real 3-1 in Zidane’s first summer fixture.
Real beat Arsenal on penalties after a 2-2 draw in their second game.
While, before Tottenham, Atletico Madrid hammered their city rivals 7-3. Diego Costa scored four goals before being sent off.