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Gareth Bale spoke of his delight at how his Real Madrid career has started after Tuesday's 6-1 Champions League win over Galatasaray.
Bale was speaking after coming off the bench in Madrid's 6-1 hammering of Galatasaray in Istanbul in the Champions League.
The Wales international came on midway through the second half and played his part in two goals as Cristiano Ronaldo claimed a hat-trick.
But Bale had no concerns about starting from the bench and was just happy to be back playing in the world's biggest club competition.
"It is amazing and a big reason why I joined such a big club was to be playing in the biggest competition in the world and it was great to get out there tonight, get the win and a good start," he told Sky Sports.
Bale surprisingly made his debut from the start against Villarreal last weekend, but he knew he would not start two games in a row due to his lack of pre-season prior to his world record move.
"I spoke with the manager and...
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