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Real Madrid's famous horror trio was one of his ribs.

Everyone remembers Gareth Bale's first season at Real Madrid, in 2013-2014 when he joined Tottenham for 100 million euros and helped bring the team back to the European podiums with a two-eared achievement, and lifted the Copa del Rey with the fabulous goal of the final against Barcelona.

This extraordinary season for The Royal has seen a phenomenon dubbed the BBC in reference to the terrifying trio of Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale, and Karim Benzema, who scored 97 goals in all competitions and was a key factor in the royal team's superiority.

Bale's return this summer to Tottenham has made many think that a new trilogy is comparable to the previous one on its way to birth, KSB led by Bale, Harry Kane, and Son Heung-min, but the Korean duo and the English captain were the titles and the Welshman failed to impose himself on Jose Mourinho's plans.

Kane scored 19 goals, made 14, Son 16, and made nine to be the most successful duo in the world at the moment, while Bale had only three goals and did not make a decisive pass in a total of 623 minutes in all competitions due to his absence initially due to injuries, and then to remain on reserve recently.

Mourinho has been smart so far in dealing with the extraordinary duality that his team possessed, gave them complete freedom on the pitch under the understanding between them, and even when a third player is thrown into the attack with different tasks that help more midfield and defensive coverage, or to open spaces for the duo as Steven Bergfine or Giovanni Le Selso does.

Bale himself is one of the reasons why he did not create a KSB trilogy, the player did not reach the level of expectations and ambitions held on him in his second experience with Spurs, and even when he was ready and not injured did not provide enough to convince Mourinho to involve him essentially and change his plans for him.

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At the moment Tottenham are going well in their season, and Kane's double with Son is doing the job and more, so why sacrifice Mourinho and upset his team's balance for a player who may not be likely to be present next season with the team, even the current one in the event of injury again?!

In the past, Zinedine Zidane proved the validity of his position in dealing with the Welsh star, and most likely Mourinho is doing the right thing now, because in a group game like group football comes before the individual, whatever his stardom and potential, and Bale of recent years has lost much of what he was at the beginning of his career, and it seems that the latter is in limbo and will not return again.