Yesterday has been great for Wales, and mixed for the national star Gareth Bale. As the Welsh national team secured their entry into Euro 2020, the Galactico winger is on the face of controversy for the whole flag incident. Not just that, Bale came on air for interview and mistakenly said the f-word out of excitement!
Aaron Ramsey was the match to watch, as the Juventus star netted in the two goals needed to thrash Hungary at the Cardiff City Stadium. Soon after the match, the 28 year old was on camera with Bale, both excited for their entry into the 2020 Euro tournament.
However, it was the Los Blancos star who couldn’t control his excitement while hailing his compatriot.
“Gareth, what was it like to have him back in the side, he didn’t half contribute tonight?” the interviewer asked the 30 year old forward, to which he replied: “It’s about time he contributed, isn’t it? F******…” followed by a cheery grin realising he is on live TV.
Check out the hilarious incident in the clip below, courtesy of Twitter user @HLTCO.
Bale’s shock immediately after he accidentally swears live on air has amused me.
— HLTCO (@HLTCO) November 20, 2019
However, the former Tottenham man is on the radar of the whole Spanish media for posing with the national flag with the writing: “Wales. Golf. Madrid. In that order.” In addition to the tremendous slack from Madrid fans who are already wanting to see Bale walk out, the live swearing may rub salt to the wound.