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Gareth Bale has won his first trophy in professional club football with Real Madrid after his world-record transfer from Tottenham this summer, and his wonderful cup winning solo goal that started within his own half in the 85th minute was just the icing on the cake.
Real Madrid won the “Clasico” Copa del Rey Cup 2-1 over Barcelona, in a match where Bale and co. were without Cristiano Ronaldo, but it didn’t seem to matter when the young Welsh international pushed the ball past Marc Bartra and turned on the “ludicrous speed” switch in the open field.
Look at the speed, the strength, the perseverance, and the calm finish past Pinto in the Barcelona net.
Even if it wasn’t the Copa del Rey winner, it would still be remembered as one of the best solo goals ever.
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Gareth Bale stepped into Cristiano Ronaldo’s shoes Wednesday and became a Real Madrid hero.
Bale scored a stunning solo goal, which helped Real Madrid win the Copa del Rey (Spanish Cup) final against eternal rival Barcelona.
In the 85th minute, Bale outraced Barcelona defender Mark Bartra over nearly 60 yards before poking his shot past goalkeeper Jose Pinto.
The goal was Bale’s...
Gareth Bale scored the winning goal in the Copa del Rey final today in Spain, to give Real Madrid the 2-1 win. And in typical Bale fashion, this was a goal from the gods. It reminded me of his goal he scored for Wales in a recent friendly against Iceland (watch the YouTube video below).
First, here’s his goal that completely ripped Barcelona to shreds:
And here’s the similar...
Top 5 Gareth Bale Goals for Real Madrid – Welsh Saint Earns His Spurs - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Gareth Bale’s stunning solo goal late last night won Real Madrid the Copa Del Rey, disposing of arch-rivals Barcelona in the most dramatic of fashions.
It was a goal to remind the world of Bale’s effortless genius; a goal to add to his growing number of special strikes...
Good luck trying to defend Real Madrid’s Gareth Bale. Barcelona learned the hard way of the skills from the Welsh star during the Copa Del Ray final on Wednesday, as Bale scored one of the more incredible individual performance goals we’ve ever seen.
Ronaldo was pretty pumped about the goal as you can see:
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You ever hear folks make the statement, “well, he’s earned his money tonight” when talking about someone’s performance? That statement can now be said about Gareth Bale as the man ran the length of the pitch, sprinted around the Barcelona defender by going out of bounds and then executed a clinical finish to give Real […]
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So that’s why Real Madrid paid $123 million to acquire Gareth Bale.
With the Copa del Rey final between Bale’s Real Madrid squad and Lionel Messi’s Barcelona side tied 1-1 and heading into the final five minutes of play, Bale stepped up for a Madrid team missing star Cristiano Ronaldo and scored the game-winning goal in incredible fashion.
Check out the video below, and congratulations...
Gareth Bale MVP of Copa del Rey
Gareth Bale gave Real Madrid their 19th Copa del Rey at Mestalla against Barcelona giving Gerardo “Tata” Martino more pressure after being eliminated from the Champions League.
Unbeaten from their last final with Barcelona in Copa del Rey at the same ground, the game came to life when Angel Di Maria broke the deadlock at the tenth minute...
Man of the match Gareth Bale scored a stunning goal to earn Real Madrid their 19th Copa del Rey title against Barcelona on Wednesday. After Marc Bartra cancelled out Angel Di Maria’s opener, Bale stormed out of the left-wing, running half the length of the pitch before poking the ball past Barcelona goalkeeper Jose Pinto in the 85thminute. Bale’s outstanding run saw him leave...
Real Madrid's Gareth Bale scores the winner vs. Barcelona in Copa del Rey Final. Quickly.Wow.Follow us on Twitter, Subscribe by Email, View via Our Mobile Site, or Return Home
As Liverpool edge towards an improbable league title and Tottenham fade away, many have taken the opportunity to compare the differing fortunes of the two clubs. Both teams started the season having finished outside the top four and were looking to break through this season. Both (initially) had young managers with much to prove. Tottenham have slipped up, unable to take advantage...
Barcelona’s miserable run of form continued as Gareth Bale’s stunning late goal gave Real Madrid a 2-1 win in the […]