Gareth Bale has risked upsetting Real Madrid management and supporters by celebrating Wales' Euro 2020 qualification by dancing with a banner with the words 'Wales. Golf. Madrid. In That Order.'

The banner pokes fun at Bale's supposed priorities, with the chant 'Wales, golf, Madrid' originating in Wales' victory over Azerbaijan at the weekend.

This morning's 2-0 victory for Wales over Hungary means the Welsh team secured qualification for the Euro 2020 tournament.

The player's managed to find the banner to celebrate with, as Bale was also caught dancing along to the song.

Bale himself hasn't shied away from the fact that he enjoys putting on the Red of Wales more than playing for Madrid.

Bale said: "It's like playing with your mates down the park on a Sunday. It's normal. With Wales, I'm speaking y own language and feel more comfortable."

"I definitely have more excitement playing for Wales. But it doesn't change what I do on the pitch. I always give 100 per cent on the pitch wherever I am, that's what I always strive to do."

The Welshman's reluctance to learn Spanish as well as links with a move away from Madrid have been well documented, and Bale seemingly finds the funny side of the new chant.

In an interview by Sgorio Cymru, Bale said: "I've heard it, especially when I was on the bench and when I came off, and the boys were laughing."

"It's a good bit of fun."

While the chant certainly provides comedic value, Bale's reaction will certainly cause a stir for Zidane and the Madrid players.