Varane: The public has the right to say what they want on Gareth Bale

Varane: The public has the right to say what they want on Gareth Bale

Defending Ramos' level.

Real Madrid's Rafael Varane believes that the public has the right to attack any player, in response to his question about the whistles of disdain that accompanied Gareth Bale's participation in the Match of Real Sociedad on Saturday night.

Bale had provoked the Real Madrid fans after qualifying for the European Cup with the Wales team, where he raised his country's flag and read "Wales, Golf, Real Madrid" in response to criticism of his exaggerated interest in golf.

Real Madrid defeated Real Sociedad by three goals in the 14th round of La Liga, and Bale replaced the match in the 67th minute, and since he stepped on to the Santiago Bernabéu stadium and the whistles of disapproval against him have not stopped.

After the match, Varane commented on the order and said, "The public has the right to say what they want. The good thing is I really saw him play well on the pitch and he played a good game and he focused on it."

Speaking about the Madrid victory, he said: "We improved in the game, we improved in the second half and we were good, and of course the result is very good. We started the second half of what we finished in the first half where we put pressure on the opponent and played in the middle of the field."

Willian José's goal for Sociedad in the second minute of the game was surprising and very surprising, but the most notable feature was Sergio Ramos' terrible mistake, but his French colleague defended him and considered it normal.

"After 15 years of playing at the highest possible level, it is normal for a player to make a mistake like any other player. But what's wrong? He focused on the game and gave a great technical return, we're together at Real Madrid."

It is worth mentioning that the victory lifted the balance of coach Zinedine Zidane's battalion to the 28th point, sharing the lead of La Liga with Barcelona, which defeated Leganes 2-0.

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