back to blog

Gareth Bale retires from international football

Read Time 2 mins | Written by: Rahul

Wales, Golf, Madrid

Gareth Bale just announced his retirement from football today. After playing 664 games, scoring 226 goals, winning a career total of 22 trophies and 5 Champions League wins, Gareth Bale surely retires as one of the all time greatest Club football player.

His last few years saw him focus increasingly on Wales while having lesser impact while playing for club.

He was instrumental in the campaign that led Real Madrid to the Decima. The bicycle kick against Liverpool is one of the Champions Leagues all time great goals. And poor Marc Bartra got etched in folklore as Bale outran him and the length the pitch to score against Barcelona in the Copa Del Rey.

I'm sure people all over the world wish him well and we hope he plays all the Golf in the world.


Trending in football today

World Cup Winner and most capped player for France, Hugo Lloris, retires from the French National Team. Varane is the favourite to take over the reigns of captaincy.

Chelsea reach verbal agreement to sign Joao Felix on loan from Atletico Madrid according to David Ornstein. A reported fee of €11m loan is estimated for the player.

Portugal appoint Roberto Martinez as the national team coach despite a poor international track record with the Belgian National Team.

Steve Bruce retires from management after a disappointing stints at previous clubs.


Beam me up Xavi


La Liga has outdone themselves with technology yet again.

Xavi appeared in a post match analysis in a hologram format, unlike anything we've ever seen before. La Liga coverage has taken a lot of artistic creativity with different camera angles, blur focus, replays, statistic and many more. 

Some will call it a gimmick some will think its extremely cool! But no one can question the out of the box thinking on display here.




Subscribe to our Newsletter