GARETH BALE appeared to be less than impressed after Cristiano Ronaldo scored his first goal against Juventus.
Ronaldo got the opener before the five-time Balon d’Or winner struck with an incredible overhead kick later on.
The second strike was so sublime that even the Juventus fans gave Ronaldo a standing ovation.
But Bale’s reaction to Ronaldo’s third minute goal in the quarter-final was very subdued.
The Welshman was on the bench as the ball hit the back of the net, and while his team-mates went wild, Bale looked on impassively.
The former Tottenham remained in his seat and could only musters a slow clap while the rest of his team-mates beamed with smiles and hugged.
And Bale’s night did not get better as he was an unused sub as Real ran out 3-0 winners in Turin.
Isco was preferred on the left despite Bale scoring three in has last two outings for Real and a hat-trick for Wales against China.
Ronaldo had one of his most memorable nights in Europe, setting another record for scoring in his tenth straight Champions League game.
The former Man United star later said the reaction from the home support was “amazing” and “unbelievable”.
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