Pay per Head: Bale said that he didn’t change his playing style in Spain

Gareth BalePay per head services learned that Gareth Bale dismissed suggestions that he changed his playing style since he joined Real Madrid from Tottenham.

The player who’s a big favourite with pay per head services scored 13 goals and created another 13 in 24 games in his La Liga season, but also had several fitness issues in his debut campaign in Spain.

Even though most fans, pundits, and pay per head services would agree that football in the top divisions of England and Spain is very different, Bale said in an interview that he is playing just like he did in the Premier League for Tottenham.

“I haven’t changed my style of play. In Spain the game is more based on possession but my style of play hasn’t changed much and I’m comfortable,” the Welshman said.

“It’s great to play with players like Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema but obviously it’s not just about us three.

“I can’t pick a single moment but on a personal level, scoring a hat-trick at the Bernabeu was important for me.

“We’ve qualified for the Cup final and I hope the best moments of the season come in the final stretch. We’re looking forward to them.

“I can’t mention any player above the rest. Everyone here has impressed me and I’m enjoying every minute.

“It’s great to train every day with world class players because it helps me improve my game and makes me a better player.”

Price per head services learned that the 24-year-old is in Germany before Real’s UEFA Champions League quarter-final second leg against Borussia Dortmund, and he is still convinced that the tie is available, even though he played a part in his side’s 3-0 victory in Madrid.

“We played a great game at home. We played well and deserved to win,” Bale said.

“But Dortmund will be another game, a different game. They will come to fight but we have to treat it like any other game.

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“We always try to win and want to qualify for the next round.”