Real Madrid ace Gareth Bale has understood the Bernabeu fans after he was whistled for his poor performance in the past months.
Bale suffered a deep in form with the rest of the squad after the exit of Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus.
The former Tottenham Hotspur ace was shouldered with the responsibility of filling up Ronaldo’s boot to get the goals for Real Madrid but the Welsh attacker and the rest of the squad failed the team and the fans.
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The forward was given a hostile reception upon returning to Madrid after being pictured with the Wales flag that mocked the club.
"The first time it happened, it was a bit of a shock," Bale told BT Sport.
"I didn't really know how to deal with it but, as I've got older and it's happened one or two more times, you understand how to deal with it.
"Now, I just shrug it off. In a way, it's a kind of respect to show that the best players get whistled if they don't perform, which I understand.
"I just have to keep working hard, keep proving again to the fans what I can do and eventually the whistles do stop and you get on with your career like normal."