Gareth Bale's awkward reaction as Real Madrid teammates go wild in dressing room

Posted Tuesday, April 19, 2022 by

The Welsh international was seen looking extremely awkward in the dressing room as his teammates bundled around celebrating and hugging following their remarkable comeback win

Gareth Bale's awkward reaction as Real Madrid teammates go wild in dressing room
Bale spotted looking awkward in the dressing room

Gareth Bale was spotted looking extremely uncomfortable as Real Madrid players went wild after their comeback at the weekend.

Real Madrid came back from 2-0 at halftime on Sunday to beat Sevilla 3-2. Real found themselves losing at the break after Ivan Rakitic and Erik Lamela put the ball in the back of the net, however Real fought back in the second half with goals from Rodrygo, Nacho and a winner from Benzema in the fifth minute of added time.

The official Twitter account for Los Blancos shared a video showing the sheer jubilation from all the players in the dressing rooms following the final whistle, except one. Gareth Bale could be seen in the back of the video looking sheepish while Lucas Vazquez and Vinicius Jr celebrated next to him.

During the video, the camera pans the dressing room as a number of players can be seen hugging and shouting, while Bale goes from standing awkwardly at his locker to then walking through into the other part of the dressing room. His teammates didn't hold back in his absence.

The video has accumulated more than 17k likes and 2k retweets as people ripped into Bale for his nonchalance. The Real Madrid tweet was captioned in typical excited fashion: "¡VAAAAAAAAMOSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!"

Gareth Bale's awkward reaction as Real Madrid teammates go wild in dressing room
Real Madrid stars go wild in the dressing room

@G3RMIN picked up on Bale's awkwardness, tweeting: "Bale be like: What am I doing here mate?" While other Twitter users replied with screenshots of Bale stood looking out of sorts.

@invisiblehbd quoted the tweet saying: "And people wonder why Bale doesn't play. Look at his face..." @ngkhalela found the funny side of the lack of celebration from the Welsh winger: "Bale should take it easy with the celebrations."

Bale is expected to leave Real Madrid when his contract expires at the end of the season after a turbulent time in the Spanish capital in recent years. The 32-year-old is hoping to take Wales to the World Cup this year, with question marks still lingering over the future of his career.

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