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Gareth Bale Scored An Absolute Worldie In Real Madrid Training, Liverpool Fans Very Worried About His 'Last Dance'

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Gareth Bale Scored An Absolute Worldie In Real Madrid Training, Liverpool Fans Very Worried About His 'Last Dance'

Gareth Bale sent social media wild after scoring a sensational goal in Real Madrid training - just days before their Champions League final against Liverpool.

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The Wales international will be leaving Real at the end of this season after nine years with the club, with this campaign being his least productive yet.

Bale has made seven appearances in all competitions and scored just once, with other forwards being preferred.

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Los Blancos take on Liverpool in Saint-Denis on Saturday in a repeat of the 2018 Champions League final.

Bale scored twice in that game, with his first being a sensational overhead kick. Many online joked that manager Carlo Ancelotti was keeping the 32-year-old in cryo-sleep ahead this weekend's huge clash. Judging by his performances in training, they could be correct.

After receiving the ball outside the arena, Bale lets rip with a lovely effort that flies past Thibaut Courtois into the top corner.

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David Alaba immediately ran over to Bale to embrace and the duo shared a smile.

Could we see a repeat of this inside the Stade de France? Fans are hoping so.

One commented: "Bale is fired up, he is going to want to repeat 2018."

Another said: "He's still got it. I hope he plays on Saturday. The final dance."

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A third put: "Hope he gets to play in the final and show his worth one last time in Madrid's jersey."

While someone tweeted: "A true gem. He must never retire for the sake of this game . They don't make these kind of players anymore."

Image Credit: Alamy
Image Credit: Alamy

Madrid have beaten Paris Saint-Germain, holders Chelsea and Manchester City en route to the final and it could go down as one of the toughest runs in competition history.

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Ancelotti is hoping to become the first manager to win the Champions League four times and it'll be against a foe he knows well.

The Italian took on Liverpool twice as AC Milan manager in the 2005 and 2007 final, losing the former but winning the latter.

He then had a spell as Everton manager and beat Jurgen Klopp's side at Anfield last year.

Who do you think will win the Champions League? Liverpool or Real Madrid?

Featured Image Credit: BT Sport

Topics: Real Madrid, Gareth Bale, Liverpool, Champions League

Daniel Marland
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