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Watch Gareth Bale ‘do a Piers Morgan’ and storm off mid-interview after Wales’ 4-0 Euro 2020 thrashing against Denmark


GARETH BALE went ‘full Piers Morgan’ as he stormed off from his TV interview after Wales were knocked out of Euro 2020.

The Dragons captain and talisman fronted up to the cameras following the 4-0 crushing by Denmark.

Gareth Bale stormed off his interview with the BBC after being asked about his Wales future

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Gareth Bale stormed off his interview with the BBC after being asked about his Wales future
Piers Morgan famously walked out of the Good Morning Britain studio in March and subsequently quit his role as host

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Piers Morgan famously walked out of the Good Morning Britain studio in March and subsequently quit his role as hostCredit: PA

But when asked whether that was his final appearance in the famous red shirt, Bale did not even wait for the end of the question before walking off.

The BBC reporter said: “I know you were asked yesterday if this was going to be your last game for Wales,” as Bale flicked a hand in disapproval.

The journalist finished: “You said you wanted another one,” but by that time the Real Madrid winger was away from the microphone and out of shot.

It the rapid exit was reminiscent of Morgan’s on ITV’s Good Morning Britain as he quit the show following the fallout from Harry and Meghan’s interview with Opray Winfrey.

Bale’s former Wales international team-mates Ashley Williams and Hal Robson-Kanu were questioned on the ex-Spurs man’s future.

Williams said: “He’s going to play some golf first, and he’s going to relax. I don’t know.

“Gareth Bale has been one of the best players of recent times in football across the world.

“His legacy is what it is and he will decide to do whatever he wants to do.”

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Robson-Kanu added: “He’s still contracted with Real Madrid for another year and everybody’s seen the situation he is in there.

“He’s been able to play some football with Tottenham this year and it seems like he’s enjoyed it. In terms of football, he has so much to give and if you hang up your boots too early, you’re going to have regrets.

“Hopefully, for Gareth, he continues to contribute not only from the performance side of the game but also what he can give back to the younger players at other clubs he may play for.”

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