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Wales legend Gareth Bale praises the ‘best fans in the world’ and receives a memorable farewell ahead of Euro 2024 qualifier.

Welsh Football Legend Gareth Bale Gets Sent-Off in Style!

Wales’ football fans paid a heartfelt tribute to their star player, Gareth Bale, during their recent home game after his retirement from football. The 33-year-old, who announced his retirement in January, had a successful career in football, winning 15 major honours during his time at Real Madrid. He also shined in his role as Wales’ top scorer, and fans commemorated his achievements during a Euro 2024 qualifier against Latvia in Cardiff.

Bale expressed his gratitude to his fans, saying, “You make Welsh football special. It has been an honour to represent this country and to play in front of the best fans in the world.” The former winger made history, as he is Wales’ most capped player with 111 appearances and scored a record-breaking 40 goals. Additionally, Bale captained Wales at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

At club level, Bale played 554 games and scored 186 goals and assisted 137 others, showcasing his brilliance at various clubs throughout his career. Following his retirement, Bale made the ultimate decision to conclude his successful career at LAFC in the MLS.

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