After their 2-0 win over Hungary, the Welsh and Gareth Bale took the liberty of trolling Zidane and Real Madrid.
Wales at the Euro Cup
On Tuesday, November 19th, 2019, Wales played Hungary in the Euro 2020 qualifiers. It resulted in a 2-0 win for Ryan Giggs' team, thanks to a two-goals from Juventus player Aaron Ramsey (15', 47'). This victory allowed the Welsh to finish second in a group E that is dominated by Croatia, and thus ensures their participation in Euro 2020.
However, the Welsh will be part of pot number four and will have to fight against the best nations in Europe to make it through the group stage. We'll see next June if they can repeat the success of the last Euro Cup, where they eliminated Belgium to reach the semi-finals, before losing to Portugal.
Bale vs Zidane: Season 12 Episode 7
At the end of the game, the Welsh players wanted to show their support for their star player, Gareth Bale, in his conflictive relationship with Real Madrid and his coach, Zinedine Zidane. Support expressed through a message on the Welsh flag: 'Wales, Golf, Madrid. In this order.'
A very precise order that reflects Gareth Bale's recent priorities, who is kindly waiting for Real to decide whether to sell him while working on his golf swing. So far, neither Real nor Zinedine Zidane have reacted to the Welsh message.