Gareth Bale's Wales Teammates Filmed Singing 'Wales, Golf, Madrid' In Streets
Two of Gareth Bale's Wales teammates have been filmed singing the infamous 'Wales, Golf, Madrid' song in the streets.
Stoke City pair Joe Allen & Sam Vokes were filmed singing the song with a group of Wales supporters in the early hours of Wednesday morning
Sam Vokes and Joe Allen singing "Wales, Golf, Madrid" down chippy alley half 3 in the morning. Things you love to see. pic.twitter.com/T7Zlhb5qUL- Cameron James :flag_black: (@James6Cameron) November 20, 2019
Fans on Twitter reacted to the duo's involvement
outstanding video! Only slight thing to pick you up on its Chippy Lane. Weirdly everyone from outside Cardiff calls it either Chip Alley or Chippy Alley :joy:- Johnathan Williams (@WildthingJ74) November 21, 2019
Lads. Every single one of them. What a squad we have..- Huw Roberts (@huwtroberts) November 20, 2019
Can't hate wee Joe can you- EDK (@reaftesthateded) November 20, 2019
Right outside the kebab. Love too see it!!!- Borges:tm: (@Borges710) November 21, 2019
Wales sealed qualification for Euro 2020 after defeating Hungary on Tuesday night and the celebrations at full time were wild.
One particularly caught the eye and it was Gareth Bale parading with a banner which read 'Wales, Golf, Real Madrid, in that order'.
The Real Madrid winger has come under fire previously because it's thought his priorities lie away from the Bernabeu, with the national team and golf top of his list.
But he fully embraced it on Tuesday as he celebrated with his international teammates.
The celebrations went down a treat in Cardiff but over in Spain, the 30-year-old is being heavily criticised.
Spanish publication Marca used the image of Bale and the flag on their front page with the caption 'Disrespectful. Misguided. Ungrateful. In that order'.
His club manager Zinedine Zidane is reportedly set to overlook the controversy and focus on Bale's form for the La Liga outfit.
Zizou,' who told Bale he could leave Los Blancos in the summer, doesn't want to add any further strain on his relationship with the Madrid wantaway.
While Zidane is willing to overlook the controversy, Bale could receive a hostile reception from Madrid supporters upon his return.
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