Gareth Bale style as with Cristiano Ronaldo
Gareth Bale free kick technique As with Ronaldo
Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo? Certainly not ideal in comparing two different five-year players, especially from the team title and individual titles, but from now on, you are one should not compare the two in which Gareth Bale in fact begin to emulate Cristiano Ronaldo in some aspect of the field. From the first, Gareth Bale is known as one of the fast winger. Just like Cristiano Ronaldo, who initially played more as a winger too, but now, behold, the transformation of the position they experienced a second striker to make them sharper.
So far this 2012-2013 season running, Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale are both a team goal machine. Cristiano Ronaldo is far ahead of Gareth Bale in the acquisition goals for both club and national team. If Cristiano Ronaldo can score 34 goals for Real Madrid and Portugal, then Gareth Bale is still packing 21 goals for Tottenham Hotspur and Wales. Both also seized the attention in this midweek European games. Cristiano Ronaldo to play in the Champions League had met with his former club, Manchester United. The final result was Manchester United 1-1 Madrid should be grateful to Cristiano Ronaldo, who scored a single goal. Gareth Bale and Spurs had to serve in the event of resistance Olympique Lyonnais UEFA Europa League. Gareth Bale seemed to follow in the footsteps of Cristiano Ronaldo to be top scorer for his team, the difference between success Gareth Bale Spurs won 2-1.
What is unique about the game at White Hart Lane is the way Gareth Bale scored his goal, namely through the execution of a free kick that was very similar to the technique used to do free kick Cristiano Ronaldo. Remarkably, Gareth Bale could do it twice in the game. Yep, twice! They take a step back to a running start kicking a ball, staring at the ball in concentration, and that seemed to end with leads right to the keeper, but the sudden change of direction is the similarity of the two players in taking a free kick.
That’s what makes Remy Vercoutre, Lyon goalkeeper, did not have many opportunities to kick the ball brushed off Gareth Bale. Techniques free kick like that even makes a physicist named Brian Cox think hard to find a formulation that could explain such a kick technique. Well, while still difficult to pursue a Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo may now have to pay more attention to a Gareth Bale who began to threaten the “position”. In other words, competitors Ronaldo today is Gareth Bale, no longer Messi. Really?