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Global press: "Bale steps out of Cristiano Ronaldo's shadow"
The Welsh player was singled out by the world's media following his performance at the Bernabeu last night as Madrid sealed their passage to Milan.
The global press corps singled out Gareth Bale's performance as the highlight in Real Madrid's passage to the final after beating Manchester City 1-0 last night. The player from Cardiff scored the winning goal but Uefa later adjudged the strike as an own goal from City player Fernando after the ball was deflected past Hart in the City net.
L'Equipe (France): "Madrid, capital of Europe". "Zidane's men face local rivals in a repeat of the 2014 Lisbon final". "Madrid dominated a game against an uninspired Manchester City team". "With Cristiano and Benzema absent during the tie, Gareth Bale took the reins and was instrumental in the only goal of the game".
La Gazzetta dello Sport (Italy): "A Derby en Milán". "At San Siro, but the Madrid derby". "Diego Simeone gets a chance to avenge the 2014 Lisbon final as once again Madrid is the European capital of football".
Olé (Argentina): "Bale secures a final place". "Once again, just like the 2014 final we'll have a Real vs. Atlético game after Bale made dreams come true for Real Madrid fans with his hand in the winning goal. A chance for history to repeat itself for the white half of Madrid and a opportunity for revenge for the red and white half of the Spanish capital".
Daily Mail (UK): "Gareth Bale inspires Zinedine Zidane's side to an all-Madrid final". "Real Madrid were too much for a lackluster City who failed to muster a single shot on target knowing that a 1-1 draw would take them through".
ESPN (USA): "Bale shows the way". "Madrid deserved to make the final and were the better side over both legs". "Bale was the standout player for Madrid as Atletico have a chance to secure revenge for 2014".
Bild (Germany): "Bale scores as Ronaldo displays his volleyball skills". "The Welshman takes Madrid to their fourteenth European Cup final setting up a spicy Madrid derby. A discreet night from Cristiano who appeared not fully fit and who was overshadowed by a solid Gareth Bale performance".
El País (Spain) : "A Madrid team to win the Champions League". "Madrid outclass a poor City team and set up their 14th final of their preferred competition". "May 28 will decide if they secure the 11th European cup in their history or will Atleti avenge the Lisbon final of May 2014.
Sport (Spain): "A weak City gift Madrid a place in the final ". "A lone Gareth Bale was enough to secure a place in the 2015/16 Champions League final and offers Madrid to win their 11th European Cup". "An easy passage to the final for Zidane's side after overcoming the likes of Roma, Wolfsburg and Manchester City on their way to the Milan final."
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