Gareth Bale's car attacked by angry Real Madrid fans

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A video has emerged of Real Madrid fans trying to kick Gareth Bale’s car as he passed by a group of supporters, unhappy that the Welsh wing wizard didn't stop to sign autographs.

Bale was not the only player to feel the brunt of the Madrid supporters anger, as Toni Kroos and Raphael Varane were verbally abused as they left training on Monday.

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Poor start to the season by Ancelotti's men

This incident follows back-to-back defeats against Real Sociedad and arch rivals Atletico Madrid.

Despite the ecstasy of Champions League glory last season, losing the Spanish title to city rivals Atletico left fans wanting more from their players.

The departure of Angel Di Maria and Xabi Alonso has further added to the groans of dissent as fans feel adequate replacements were not found.

Defeats plus star exit equals trouble

Real's defeat at the hands of Atletico on Saturday was marked by fan dissent from the

Poor performances from Iker Casillas and Karim Benzema were received by whistles from the Real fans.

Real boss, Carlo Ancelotti, defended his under-fire players, insisting: ‘We have to get used to new players and try to play with more spontaneity' he said.

‘We have players who didn’t arrive until the end of August and we haven’t had much time to train with them. They need time’ he added.

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