(EFE) – The Welshman Gareth Bale unleashed himself against Wolfsberger, scored a goal and led to another for the victory against the Austrian team Tottenham (1-4), which almost sentenced his pass to the round of 16.
The footballer on loan from Real Madrid took advantage of the ownership granted to him on this occasion by Jose Mourinho and was present from the beginning in the clash played at the Puskas Arena in Budapest due to the impossibility of playing in Austria due to the conditions of the pandemic.
Before the quarter hour, a pass from Bale from the right, on the baseline, was taken advantage of by the Korean Heung Min Son. In the 28th, the Welshman received a ball from Matt Doherty inside the area, dodged his defender and launched a shot that surpassed Alexander Kofler. It was the second.
Ten minutes before the break, Brazilian Lucas Moura scored the third goal for the London team.
In the second half, the Wolfsberger was able to close the gap when a foul by Moussa Sissoko was penalized with a penalty from Michael Liendl.
At the time of the game, Mourinho replaced Bale. Erik Lamela came in. With the tie on track, the Portuguese coach shook the bench and dosed players. Two minutes from the end, the Brazilian Carlos Vinicius, substitute for Korean Son after the break, sentenced the London win.