Welsh attacker Gareth Bale has mocked Real Madrid after their 2-0 win over Hungary in their Euro 2020 qualification on Tuesday evening.
Bale was seen celebrating Wales qualification for the Euro 2020 tournament with a flag that read "Wales. Golf. Madrid after the match in Cardiff.
The flag was made by a group of Welsh fans, according to the report in AS. His celebration sparked outraged with Spanish media, as well as Real Madrid.
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Bale’s action has been frowned at by many including journalists and reporters
MARCA journalist Ruben Jimenez described the 30-year-old's actions as "ugly," and said that the Welshman would "never be a Real Madrid legend."
Spanish site Madrid Sports called the celebration "unforgivable," while Real Madrid said it was "a joke in very bad taste," according to ESPN.