Real Madrid end US tour with 2-1 win over Roma
The Ronaldo, 33, ended a nine-year spell at Real Madrid by recently signing with Italian champions Juventus. "We're scoring goals and we're winning matches, so we're doing well," Bale said.
Gareth Bale showed that he is ready to shine without Cristiano Ronaldo, factoring in both goals as Real Madrid wrapped up their US tour with a 2-1 win over Roma on Tuesday. Kevin Strootman scored Roma's only goal.
Bale and Marco Asensio scored for Real Madrid who put on a strong performance especially in the first half of the International Champions Cup friendly at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey. Real Madrid is hoping Bale is ready to fully evolve into the player they signed for a world record fee in 2013.
Cristiano Ronaldo, 33, ended a nine-year spell at Real Madrid by recently signing with Italian champions Juventus. "We're scoring goals and we're winning matches, so we're doing well," Bale said. "We have to keep improving and we're really looking forward to starting the new season."
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