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'You don't expect your own supporters to do that to their own player... it's just wrong': Gareth Bale left 'baffled by 's boo boys as forward says Wales. Golf. Madrid flag was 'a bit of banter' after reaching Euro 2020 Gareth Bale has opened up on his experience facing the boo boys  The Welshman has come under fire from Los Blancos fans during his spell  Bale irked Madrid supporters when he held up a controversial Wales flag The 30-year-old said that the incident was just 'banter' between team-mates 

By Ollie Lewis For Mailonline

Published: 19:59 BST, 1 May 2020 | Updated: 19:59 BST, 1 May 2020

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Gareth Bale has opened up on facing the boo boys as the Welsh star revealed that Los Blancos supporters are only doing themselves harm by jeering their players.

The 30-year-old has long been loathed by Madrid supporters and targeted as a scapegoat when the Spanish giants underperform, with Bale nearing the exit door having fallen down the pecking order under Zinedine Zidane. 

Bale had neared a move to China last summer before Madrid pulled the plug on that deal, but seems all but a certainty to wave goodbye to the Bernebeu come the summer.

Gareth Bale has opened up on facing the Real Madrid boo boys during his tumultuous spell

Gareth Bale has opened up on facing the boo boys during his tumultuous spell

The Welshman has been targeted by Madrid supporters for the past few seasons in Spain

The Welshman has been targeted by Madrid supporters for the past few seasons in Spain

And the Welshman has opened up on his experience of being booed by his own supporters. 

‘It’s one of those things. I didn’t know too much about it coming to Madrid,' he told The Hat-Trick podcast. 'It’s one of those things that you don’t expect. You don’t

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