Bale makes ‘Real’ impact

Gareth Bale said he was proud of scoring on his Real Madrid debut as the Spanish giants drew 2-2 at La Liga rivals Villarreal.

The Welshman, 24, netted a 38th-minute tap-in before being replaced by Angel Di Maria after 62 minutes.

“Proud to score on my debut and pleased to get 60 minutes, just disappointed not to get the result,” the ex-Tottenham forward said.

It was Bale’s first start of the season following a recent foot injury.

The former Southampton trainee, who completed his $120 million move to the Bernabeu two weeks ago, started on the right of a three-pronged attacking midfield, alongside Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo and recent $35 million signee Isco.

The Welshman, 24, netted a 38th-minute tap-in before being replaced by Angel Di Maria after 62 minutes.

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