Gareth Bale has objects thrown at car on return to Real Madrid
One fan could be heard shouting 'f*** you!'
Gareth Bale was confronted by angry Real Madrid supporters as he left the training ground following his return from international duty with Wales.
Bale played in his country's win over Belarus but missed the draw against Belgium due to injury, with the 32-year-old now expected to miss the next three weeks.
Injury has plagued Bale's time with Los Blancos in recent years, with the forward featuring only three times this season and it seems both the Spanish media and supporters have finally had enough.
Fans of Madrid believe that the forward is prioritising his international career over his club career, which in turn, is leading to his lack of appearances for Real.
On Bale's exit from the Madrid training ground, supporters of Real gathered round his car and abused the forward as objects were hurled at him.
One supporter can be heard shouting "F**k you!" whilst another fan is heard shouting a homophobic slur in Spanish.
— El Golazo de Gol (@ElGolazoDeGol) November 19, 2021
Bale didn't react to any of the comments and objects thrown his way as he stopped and stared at the supporters as an object - which appeared to be a marker - hit his window before driving away from the training ground.
The Welshman has struggled to ever really feel the love of the supporters despite playing pivotal roles in several Real Madrid trophy wins - including a stunning solo goal in the Copa Del Rey final in his first season, as well as a sensational overhead kick in the Champions League final against Liverpool.
Bale is out of contract at the end of the season and it is unlikely he will extend his stay at the Santiago Bernabeu beyond the end of the year.
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