Welsh forward Gareth Bale is confident that Real Madrid can get back on track after falling to German side VfL Wolfsburg in the first leg of the two sides’ UEFA Champions League quarter final clash on Wednesday 6 April.
The German side registered a 2 – 0 win over Real Madrid as the Spaniards found the going tough coming from a win over arch rivals Barcelona in their previous match and Bale admits they did not put in a good performance in the clash.
He is however confident that they can turn the result around when the Germans tour Santiago Bernabeu on Tuesday for the return leg and he believes scoring three goals to place themselves in a good position will not be too tough a call.
“We hoped to have won, but these things happen in football. We know that it’s not a good result and perhaps it wasn’t a good performance, but we’ve still got time to turn the tie around.
“It’s frustrating, but we’ve still got a game in which to turn things around. We need to ensure that we win by three goals at the Santiago Bernabéu,” he told the Real Madrid website.