The Welshman’s eight recent and remarkable goals over and over and over again!
The Welshman started his staggering scoring run with this fine surge from inside his own to equalise in the 1-1 draw with Norwich at Carrow Road.
Bale then proved the match-winner for a strikerless Spurs against West Brom at the Hawthorns, with this thunderous drive sealing all three points in a 1-0 win.
Spurs then faced Newcastle at White Hart Lane and Bale took just five minutes to get on the scoresheet, firing this dipping free-kick past Tim Krul at the near post to put Spurs in front.
The Toon didn’t take long to equalise through Yoann Gouffran but Bale had the last laugh, beating Fabricio Coloccini to a bouncing ball and racing clear to slot past Krul and seal a 2-1 victory for Tottenham.
Spurs then turned their attentions to the Europa League and the visit of Ligue 1 giants Lyon. After a dull opening 45 minutes, Bale again struck a dipping, swerving free-kick from over 35 yards to hand the Lilywhites a half-time lead.
Lyon equalised in style through left-back Samuel Umtiti before Bale scored his third direct free-kick in two games, with this rasping effort in the 90th minute.
The Welshman surprisingly failed to find the net in the return leg at the Stage Gerland, with Mousa Dembele becoming the first Spurs player other than Bale to score in five matches.
But the Wales international continued his staggering run against West Ham, netting this trademark low drive after a mistake from Hammers left-back Guy Demel.
Bale again saved his best moment for last, drilling in this phenomenal drive from distance to seal a 3-2 victory over the Hammers. In between, Andy Carroll and Joe Cole had handed the home side the lead, before Gylfi Sigurdsson’s equaliser.