The Welsh forward, played a quick one-two before slamming a magnificent left-foot effort into the top corner of the goal from the edge of the area.
— Real Madrid C. F. (@realmadrid) April 15, 2016
It as a classic effort from Bale, and a stark reminder of just what Los Blancos are capable of in offensive areas.
While this effort demonstrates that Bale could be returning to top form, the Citizens will also have to worry about Cristiano Ronaldo in their Champions League semi-final, with the Portuguese superstar having bagged a hat-trick in the second leg of their quarter-final to see off Wolfsburg.
Real will have their tails up having come back from the dead to see off the German heavyweights, but City too will fancy their chances of reaching a first Champions League final.
The Citizens drew 2-2 with Paris Saint-Germain in the first leg of their quarter-final, before a Kevin De Bruyne strike saw off the French champions in the return match.
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