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Bale trains on the sidelines once again

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Bale trains on the sidelines once again. EFE

Bale trains on the sidelines once again

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Real Madrid completed their second training session of the week at the Ciudad Deportiva de Valdebebas with their eyes set on Saturday's match (13:00 CET) against Espanyol at the Santiago Bernabéu. Gareth Bale was once again separated from the rest of his team-mates, training in the gym and on the pitch by himself.

The player did not take part in Zinedine Zidane's training session this Tuesday, instead training by himself. The Welshman has been under a media storm since he spoke about the whistles received in the Santiago Bernabéu after posing with the flag of his country with a written message that said 'Wales. Golf. Madrid. In that order'. "The first time I was booed, it was a bit of a shock", said Bale. 

Zidane still has a few casualties: Eden Hazard, James Rodriguez and Lucas Vazquez and Marco Asensio, who continue to make progress in their respective recovery processes and are not expected to be available for the match against Espanyol of the 16th Day of La Liga Santander.

The training consisted of exercises of ball circulation and pressure and tactical work and ended with games in a small field, the club reported in a statement. Along with the components of the first team available, the French technician had Castilla Altube, Fidalgo, Belman and Fran Garcia of their youth team Castilla.

Real Madrid will return to training on Thursday, also in a morning session, to continue preparing for Saturday's match.

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