Bale celebrates with his teammates after their 3-1 win against Belgium.
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There will be no love lost between Real Madrid teammates Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo when Wales face Portugal in Wednesday's Euro 2016 semifinal, Welsh manager Chris Coleman said Sunday.The clash between 26-year-old Bale, the tournament's joint-top scorer with three goals, and Portuguese superstar Ronaldo, 31, will be the intriguing subplot to the game in Lyon.Wales's superb 3-1 win over Belgium in Lille Friday took them into a major tournament semifinal for the first time.Their chances of reaching the final may hinge on their capacity to prevent Ronaldo causing damage, but Coleman believes that Portugal will be equally anxious about facing Bale.
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