Michael Dawson has expressed his delight after finally witnessing his former team-mate Gareth Bale starting to find his form at Tottenham Hotspur.
Bale came on as a substitute in the second half of the Europa League tie against Dinamo Zagreb on Tuesday and went close with a free kick while also delivering a beautiful cross from which Steven Bergwijn should have scored.
Before the match against the Croatian outfit, Bale had scored six goals in his past six games.
Jose Mourinho recently claimed that the 31-year-old has recovered from the “psychological scars“ of arriving at the club injured.
Dawson revealed that the Welshman is a relatively quiet person and rather being a person who rants and raves in the dressing room, prefers to lead by example with his performances on the pitch.
🗣”Gaz is a player that when he plays he performs and leads by example”
Former Tottenham captain Michael Dawson is happy his former teammate Gareth Bale is finally hitting form at Spurs ahead of the North London Derby and says what he is like to play with pic.twitter.com/A6vCVcs44H
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