Gareth Bale Will Be At The Next World Cup In Qatar After Wales Beat Ukraine
On the field, the winger was asked if qualifying would force him to postpone his retirement.
Bale doesn't have a team right now, but that doesn't mean he won't have one in the future. The Welsh winger never gets tired of answering questions regarding his future plans, and he did so again following the World Cup play-off match.
Wales qualified for the World Cup after defeating Ukraine by the tiniest of margins, thanks to a goal scored by Yarmolenko, who got his head to the ball and misdirected it wide.
Bale went utterly insane when the final whistle blew. He clenched his hands and let out his rage as he celebrated the qualifying alone, but he also celebrated with his colleagues. He went to talk to players like Zinchenko, whom he knew from the Premier League.
Bale smiled when the microphone was placed in front of him and he was asked if the qualifying delayed his retirement, which has been discussed recently.
A journalist questioned him, "Can we say we postpone retiring for a short bit." For a little while, "Bale said."
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