Following Wales’ humiliating debut for Denmark in Euro 2020 in the last eight on Saturday night, the star of the team Gareth Bale left an interview in the mixed zone in the middle, when asked by a BBC reporter if this is his last match in national colors.
The match, played in the emblematic for Amsterdam Johan Criff Arena, saw the Danish Kasper Dolberg score twice, while Joakim Maehle and Martin Braithwaite scored a figure in the top ten of Wales with 4: 0.
Before that, Bale had been seen calmly answering questions about defeat. However, when asked if this was his last match for Wales, the striker shook his head and walked away immediately.
Bale was questioned earlier about his future in club and international football after the Real Madrid star completed his long-term loan at Tottenham Hostpurs. The Welsh striker then declined to comment on his club’s future, saying he was focused on Euro 2020 and would call for a return to Madrid only after an international tournament.
While, mostly in disfavor with former Real manager Zinedine Zidane, the club’s re-appointed manager Carlo Ancelotti said he relies on Bale for the season, while the club has made only one signing so far this summer in defender David Alaba on a free transfer.
His return is still in doubt as the Madrid giants prepare to sign French star Killian Mbape.