Tottenham winger Gareth Bale has said that he is extremely unhappy at the tackle made by the Liverpool midfielder Charlie Adam, but is prepared to forget the incident and move on in life.

The two players have a history of coming together, with Charlie Adam being reckless on numerous occasions. The Liverpool midfielder was even given a red card for his dangerous tackle on the Tottenham star, but it seems to have had no effect on him after he made yet another fresh challenge on the player in a pre-season friendly match in the United States – maybe it’s something to do with the Liverpool shirt?!.

The Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas was extremely displaced by the tackle made by the 26-year-old, which left Gareth Bale facing an anxious wait for the scan results. Now, the injury has not been as worse as initially feared, which has come as a major relief for the Tottenham midfielder. It was initially thought that the Welsh winger will be lodging an official complaint with the English football Association, but it has now said that he is prepared to forget about the incident and move on in life. Gareth Bale has become one of the most sought-after midfielders in Europe, with many clubs like Barcelona and Real Madrid showing interest. However, he recently signed a four-year deal with the London club.

“People like that are not worth commenting on, to be honest. He knows what he’s done wrong himself, so we’ll just leave it,” said Gareth Bale. “The question is, at what point can you arrive in a friendly to let the ball go past you and go into a professional’s ankle the way Charlie did? We responded the way we felt was appropriate, bearing in mind the fact there was no apology from Charlie to the challenge,” said the Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas.