Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale will be facing the knockout stage test for his national team on Saturday, when his side take on Northern Ireland in the round of 16 stage of the Euro 2016 taking place in France.
Gareth Bale helped his side scale through in the group stage, scoring the final goal in Wale’s 3-0 defeat of Russia on Monday and finishing on top of the table with six points.
Bale who converted his free-kicks against Slovakia and England during the group matches to goals, became the seventh player in the history of the Euro Championship history, to score in every game.
The Madrid forward will be carrying the burden of Wales in this championship, and is arguably a major contender as far as the highest goal scorer is concerned.
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