Gareth Bale believes the Welshman has learned a good lesson.

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Veteran Wales forward Gareth Bale believes the younger football players will learn good lessons from their latest defeat.

The Red Dragons lost 2-1 at home to the Netherlands in their Nations League A Group 4 clash on Wednesday night, leaving Wales losing both of their games on the field. The Dutch general won both matches.

“It’s a difficult game. We don’t have a team that is as strong as we used to be.” Gareth Bale the 32-year-old told S4C.

“The boys went on the pitch to work really hard to equalize and then conceded the goal as soon as they equalized. But it’s something we have to learn. Maybe that kind of thing is disheartening. But we must learn from this UFABET.

“They are a world-class team. And we are in League A because we deserve to be tested for ourselves against the best teams. I think if you’re at a lower level you’ll get that in the end. 

“You duel against the top teams. you don’t do many Desire and Punishment It’s hard to accept, but it’s something we have to learn. We are a young team, we have to learn these things and move on.”

Belle has moved in with Real Madrid’s football club for £85.3 million breaks the world record held by current Real Madrid player Cristiano Ronaldo, when they made their official debut on 2 September 2013.