In Spain, and especially in Madrid, there are those who defend the altruism of Gareth Bale, and those who rank on the side of Cristiano Ronaldo. Carlo Ancelotti chose the first camp quoted.
Last Saturday, Gareth Bale still drew the lightnings of Cristiano Ronaldo, wanting to finalize a solo rush, while a setback was logically hoped for by the Portuguese. At the end of the meeting, won 3-0 by Real Madrid in front of Espanyol Barcelona, the small controversy over the agreement between the Welsh and the Portuguese went around social networks and editorials. For Carlo Ancelotti, there is no reason to write tons of columns on it. The Merengue technician defended his player, whom he does not judge as selfish.
“Bale made a good match,” first entrusted Carletto with a press conference after the Liga match, counting for the 17th day. “He scored and was involved on the first goal.” The Transalpine coach underlined the meaning of his wingman’s goal. “The audience wanted him to make the pass to Ronaldo, but the attackers always want to score face-to-face.” Altruism is important and if someone is selfish, we have to deal with that. People are very demanding with the important players and Bale is part of it. […] Let’s not start making a big deal out of it. It’s just football. The relationship between Ronaldo and Bale and among all is very good.