Gareth Bale will be on Tottenham’s substitute bench for the match against West Ham for matchday five of the Premier League.
Seven long years have passed since a young Gareth Bale left Tottenham to be one of the most expensive transfers in history and become the brand-new reinforcement of Real Madrid, which was then very overshadowed by the multi-champion Barcelona.
The history of the Welshman with the Merengue team was a mixture of love and hate, where he knew how to win four Champions League, but they never finished convincing Zinedine Zidane to win a place among the eleven starters in the team.
Bale’s last seasons were practically on the substitute bench and even without being called up for the most important games, such as the round of 16 series in the last Champions League against Manchester City. Since then, the forward made all the possible pressure to return to the club where he stood out the most.
At the end of September, the Spurs made it official that their wonder boy was on loan for a season and the fans went crazy. As the weeks passed, everyone waited for him to recover from his injury to see him in action again.
The moment finally arrived and Tottenham Hotspur Stadium dressed up to receive the new star for today’s game against West Ham United on matchday 5 of the Premier League. The reception was with traditional Welsh music and comments in favor erupted on social networks.