Statistic: Here’s why Bale must play in the final before Isco (Photo)

It is still unknown whether Gareth Bale will be ready for the Champions League final against Juventus
The Welsh striker is training every day to be ready for the Champions League final against Juventus, which will take place on June 3 in Cardiff.

If Bale is ready, then Zinedien Zidane should play with him from the start, as statistics show that Bale never fails in final matches.

Bale since his transfer to Real Madrid from Tottenham in 2013, has played in five finals. In these five games, Bale has scored three goals and has made three assists.

Bale has scored in the Copa del Rey final against Barcelona, ​​Real won 2: 1.

Then he scored in the Champions League final against Atletico Madrid in 2014, to assist in the European Super Cup against Sevilla 2: 0.

Bale later scored in the World Cup final against San Lornzos 2: 0, and also assisted in the last Champions League final against Atletico 1: 1, where Real Madird then won with penalty shots, one of the goals scored by Bale.

It remains to be seen whether he will have the opportunity to score or assist against Juventus on June 3 at his country in Wales, Cardiff.