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 By Tom Marshall

Wales boss Ryan Giggs call Gareth Bale 'greatest' Welsh player I've seen

Watch from all angles as Gareth Bale wins the UEFA Champions League for Real Madrid with a stunning bicycle kick against Liverpool.
Real Madrid UCL final match winner Gareth Bale was disappointed not to start against Liverpool and wants to play consistently.
Gareth Bale played the hero role for Real Madrid in the Champions League final, but Stewart Robson does not think his future is in Spain.
Check out some of the sights and sounds from Kiev, Liverpool and Madrid as Gareth Bale scored twice to clinch the Champions League title for Real Madrid.
Sub Gareth Bale scored a stunning overhead kick in between two howlers from Liverpool keeper Loris Karius to give Real Madrid their third UCL title in a row.
Sub Gareth Bale scored a stunning overhead kick in between two howlers from Liverpool keeper Loris Karius to give Real Madrid their third UCL title in a row.

LOS ANGELES -- Wales manager Ryan Giggs poured praise on Gareth Bale following his match-winning performance for Real Madrid in Saturday's 3-1 Champions League victory over Liverpool in Kiev, Ukraine.

"It's quite apt that Zidane is the [Real Madrid] manager," Giggs said ahead of Wales' training session in Los Angeles. "The goal he scored at Hampden Park [in 2002], one of those goals where you just go 'wow.'"

"And it was one of those moments from Gareth. It's up there as one of the best Champions...

 By Robbie Dunne

Real Madrid's Gareth Bale lands matchwinning 10/10 off the bench to win fourth UCL

Sub Gareth Bale scored a stunning overhead kick in between two howlers from Liverpool keeper Loris Karius to give Real Madrid their third UCL title in a row.
Sub Gareth Bale scored a stunning overhead kick in between two howlers from Liverpool keeper Loris Karius to give Real Madrid their third UCL title in a row.
Three in a row. Four in five years. Real Madrid are kings of Europe once again, as they lift the Champions League trophy in Kiev.
Watch from all angles as Gareth Bale wins the UEFA Champions League for Real Madrid with a stunning bicycle kick against Liverpool.
Real Madrid UCL final match winner Gareth Bale was disappointed not to start against Liverpool and wants to play consistently.
Mohamed Salah's injury exposed Liverpool's lack of depth, while Real Madrid's depth carried them in the final 30 minutes.
The FC crew assess whether Real Madrid's four UCL titles in five years make them the best team ever, despite only two La Liga titles in nine years.
Steve Nicol explains why Cristiano Ronaldo should leave Real Madrid this summer as the FC crew react to his cryptic comments after the UCL final.
Check out some of the sights and sounds from Kiev, Liverpool and Madrid as Gareth Bale scored twice to clinch the Champions League title for Real Madrid.

Real Madrid beat Liverpool 3-1 in Kiev on Saturday to claim their third Champions League in a row and fourth in five years. Gareth Bale did not start but decided the game off the bench, after Karim Benzema opened the scoring and Sadio Mane equalised for the English side.

Positives

Real Madrid have won the Champions League for three years in a row, and there is no doubting their place in history after an uneasy start to the game. They weathered that early storm when it looked like they might...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Real Madrid hero Gareth Bale fuels Premier League speculation

Real Madrid UCL final match winner Gareth Bale was disappointed not to start against Liverpool and wants to play consistently.
Watch from all angles as Gareth Bale wins the UEFA Champions League for Real Madrid with a stunning bicycle kick against Liverpool.
Gareth Bale played the hero role for Real Madrid in the Champions League final, but Stewart Robson does not think his future is in Spain.

Gareth Bale said he wants to be playing every week -- which "has not happened this season" -- after leading Real Madrid to the Champions League trophy in Saturday's 3-1 win over Liverpool.

Bale began the game on the bench, but after coming on put Madrid ahead for good with what he agreed was the best goal of his career, a stunning bicycle kick, before adding a second following Loris Karius' goalkeeping error.

Bale started only 20 of Madrid's 38 games in La Liga this season and only three times in...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Gareth Bale left on Real Madrid bench; Liverpool pick expected XI

On the eve of the UEFA Champions League final, the FC crew break down what Liverpool and Real Madrid need to do to lift the trophy.
Gab Marcotti and Stewart Robson examine Liverpool's tactics and whether Jurgen Klopp can adjust mid-match against Real Madrid.
On the eve of the Champions League final, Gab Marcotti and Stewart Robson explain why Real Madrid are likely to win their third straight UCL title.
ESPN FC's Stewart Robson reveals his best XI comprised of both Liverpool and Real Madrid players.

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has picked the same starting XI as in last year's Champions League final against Juventus, which means in-form Gareth Bale starts on the bench against Liverpool.

Bale has scored five goals in his past five games, but though he was named to the bench before the final he did not warm up with Madrid's other substitutes on the pitch in Kiev, Ukraine.

Isco starts for the title-holders, with Karim Benzema also in the Madrid team. Cristiano Ronaldo will start...

Real Madrid's Gareth Bale has nothing left to achieve in Spain and is at a crossroads

With the UCL final on the horizon, the FC panel assess Gareth Bale's recent form and debate whether it merits a place in Zinedine Zidane's XI.
ESPN FC's Sid Lowe and Stewart Robson have differing opinions on who should start up front with Cristiano Ronaldo in the Champions League final.

Gareth Bale is 29 the day after the World Cup final, but he can pocket a fourth Champions League winners' medal in Kiev on Saturday to soften the blow of missing out on the summer's tournament he was so desperate to take part in.

Wales did not qualify, of course. The Euro 2016 semifinalists failed even to make the playoffs for the World Cup, so Bale has had a long time to get over the disappointment of missing out on Russia 2018.

Yet Saturday's showpiece against Liverpool in the Ukrainian capital...