Bale So Inspiration Young Tottenham

Bale So Inspiration Young Tottenham

Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Harry Winks is determined to bring his side victory over Real Madrid in the Champions League group stage on Wednesday (1/11/2017) or early Thursday morning Winks inspired the role of former Tottenham winger Gareth Bale when scored a hat-trick seven years ago.

Bale contributed three goals for The Lilywhites to Inter Milan’s goal in the Champions League group phase of the 2010/2011 season. But the hat-trick is not able to change the benefits of Inter 4-3.

In 2013, the Wales international players leave Real Madrid and break the world transfer record. Group H Champions League preliminary match is the return of Bale for the first time to England face his former club.

“I watched the game at home with my dad, it was a great evening, a great game to watch as a Spurs fan,” Winks quoted from the London Evening Standard as saying.

Winks is 14 years old and only a supporter of Bale et al on the screen. Tottenham at that time qualified as Champions League Group A champions and the same thing expected the 21-year-old boy in the fight against Madrid tomorrow.

“So my fingers crossed, praying to get the same result.We will play and expect ourselves to be able to do it and we look forward to it,” said Winks.

Good Capital

Coming to the game against Madrid, Tottenham got two consecutive defeats. Mauricio Pochettino’s Mauricio’s side’s squad bend West Ham 2-3 in the League Cup and narrowly lost 0-1 to Manchester United.

“It was a disappointing result last Saturday (against United) but we have to forget it.This will be a tough game because they are one of the best teams in the world so we will respect them,” Winks said.

But the Tottenham players have good capital to face Madrid after offsetting the team 1-1 at Santiago Bernabeu in the Champions League’s third matchday. Come to the home of El Real, Cristiano Ronaldo saves the face of the host with a goal from the spot.

“I think they will respect us too because we have played well at the Bernabeu,” he said.

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