​Wales fans were in full voice with a new song during their Euro 2020 qualifier in Azerbaijan - throwing shade at Gareth Bale's club, Real Madrid.

The 30-year-old has cut a frustrated figure in the Spanish capital in recent months, and was close to moving to the Chinese Super League during the summer. However, the deal fell through, and Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane now claims Bale will stay put for the rest of the season.

Perhaps Bale didn't help himself earlier this week by admitting he prefers representing his country over a club he has won four Champions League titles with, and during his side's 2-0 win in Baku on Saturday his supporters took things one step further, playing on a quote from former Los Blancos star Predrag Mijatović.

Mijatović claimed Bale's priorites were "Wales, then golf and after that, Real Madrid," so as a result, obviously, came a new song.

The Welsh fans do enjoy themselves following their country around.

Bale has been out of action for Real Madrid since October 5 as he appeared to be battling with a number of injuries, but the former Tottenham forward has still been regularly featuring for his country during that time.

He played the full 90 minutes as captain during October's international break and the 30-year-old was able to get another hour under his belt on Saturday, as Wales picked up a 2-0 win to put qualification to Euro 2020 back into their hands.

Ryan Giggs' side are third in Group E and are one point behind Hungary, and currently set to miss out on qualification for the European Championships next summer if the campaign ended now.


But Marco Rossi's Hungary travel to the Cardiff City Stadium on Tuesday in the final qualification match, in what will be a winner takes all game.

Although Hungary have been impressive at times during this qualification campaign, they're also the only nation currently in the top two spots of any group to have a negative goal difference - scoring eight and conceding nine in their seven matches so far.

Bale will be hoping he can help fire his country to a second consecutive European Championship, and only Wales' third major tournament in their his

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