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At the end of a difficult second season Gareth Bale had ample opportunity to prove himself Real Madrid's Champions League hero as he had 12 month ago in winning a 10th European Cup in Lisbon.The boos and whistles that met every wayward Bale effort as Madrid chased the game in the second half having conceded for the second time in the tie to a former Real academy graduate Alvaro Morata were borne of the frustration of a season that looks set to end without a major trophy.The former Tottenham Hotspur winger has consistently and often justifiably been the scapegoat for Madrid's ills this season.Whether Bale is given another season at the Bernabeu to prove himself remains to be seen with rumors about a return to the Premier League persistent.The Italian may have ended a 12-year wait for the club's 10th European Cup last year, but few managers survive a season having failed to win La Liga or the Champions League under Real president Florentino Perez.
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