Cristiano Ronaldo Juventus disturbed by firecrackers and bangers before Valencia clash

Doug Mendoza
September 19, 2018

Real Madrid's Spanish midfielder Isco (C) celebrates with Real Madrid's Welsh forward Gareth Bale after scoring during the Spanish league football match between Athletic Club Bilbao and Real Madrid CF at the San Mames stadium in Bilbao on September 15, 2018.

Juventus will be investigated to determine whether they breached Financial Fair Play regulations after signing Cristiano Ronaldo from Real Madrid for £99m, according to reports.

Bale has scored three goals and provided two assists in four La Liga games thus far.

The German keeper's errors cost the Reds dearly in the Champions League final against Real Madrid.

"I think that, contrary to what everybody else says, Madrid are more of a team without Cristiano, and now it's a little more hard than it was before - at least because of how I see football and my concept of this game. We're ready for it".

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The 33-year-old directly contributed to half of Real Madrid's Champions League goals between 2009-10 and 2017-18, coming top of the goalscorer charts in each of the last six seasons.

Bale avoided the question of whether new boss Julen Lopetegui is a better manager than the French great, but accepts Lopetegui's command of English has made it easier to communicate.

"This year I have a good feeling, things are improving here and they are doing well, there are things that are changing and people are understanding a bit of what this game is about".

Asked about his feelings in the moments before the goal, he said: "Angry - quite angry, to be honest".

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