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Gareth Bale Trolls Real Madrid After Using Face Mask As A Sleep Mask

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Gareth Bale Trolls Real Madrid After Using Face Mask As A Sleep Mask

By Mike Parrott

Gareth Bale was caught on television once again trolling Real Madrid. The Welshman was caught using his face mask jokingly as a sleep mask on the bench, and was also caught laughing when he wasn't subbed on against Alaves.

Gareth Bale's tenure at Real Madrid has been one of the most up-and-down situations in football history.

With the Welshman being integral to, or even scoring the winning goal in two UEFA Champions League finals and one Copa Del Rey final, Bale's ability has never overlapped into the majority of games at Real Madrid.

More recently, especially since the return of Zinedine Zidane as Manager of the Madridistas, Bale has been content with sitting on the bench and picking up his wages after the Manager had made it clear that Bale had no future with the team.

With Bale rejecting an offer from China and no English clubs showing any interest, it looks like he'll be at Real Madrid for the foreseeable future.

However, Bale has continuously trolled Real Madrid as a whole since.

With his ever-present golf joke surrounding him as well as him laughing at his own fans whistling him, Bale has continues the joking, this time in Real Madrid's 2-0 win over Alaves.

He was caught by the TV cameras using his face mask as a sleep mask in the stands, most likely as a joke with the rest of his teammates.

Bale didn't stop there though. He was also caught in hysterics after youngster Brahim Diaz was brought on to replace Casemiro in stoppage time. Diaz was the fifth and final substitute, meaning Bale would go unused in the game.

What do you think of Gareth Bale's situation at Real Madrid and his trolling?

Let us know in the comments below.

Topics: Football, gareth bale, Zinedine Zidane, Real Madrid, La Liga

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