- Tottenham vs Brighton saw Gareth Bale finally score Spurs first goal in his second stint with the London club
- Harry Kane was also on target for Spurs as Jose Mourinho's men won 2-1 to move second on the standings
- Tariq Lamptey scored the visitors' consolation in the second half before Bale helped his side retake the lead shouting 'Vamos' in the process
Gareth Bale has finally scored his first goal for Tottenham Hotspur since 2013 when he left the club for a stunning transfer to Real Madrid.
Bale found the back of the net during Spurs' 2-1 win over Brighton in a Premier League clash played on Sunday, November 1.
The Welshman came off the bench to help the London side retake their lead, heading home off Sergio Reguilon's cross.
Jose Mourinho's men got the match off a flying start in the 13th minute, with Harry Kane handing his side the lead from the penalty spot.
Kane won the penalty after VAR intervention following Adam Lallana's challenge inside the box.
And the Englishman made no mistake from the spot, with the forward side footing his effort into the right corner to beat the keeper who went the wrong way.
Lallana had a chance to make amends moments before the break, but fluffed the opportunity as he smashed the ball over the bar just yards from the byline.
The second half of the match saw the Seagulls equalise in the 56th minute through Tariq Lamptey.
Erik Lamela nearly restored Spurs' lead 12 minutes later, but his effort from 22 yards only rattled the post.
He was eventually substituted for Bale, with the Welshman almost having an instant impact as he set up Kane who also went on to hit the post.
The winger went in for his own in the 73rd minute, heading past a helpless Sanchez to make it 2-1.
Despite Brighton's advances, Spurs held on to claim all the points to move to second on the standings with 14 points, two behind leaders Liverpool.
Back at Real Madrid, it was often said that Gareth Bale didn't make an effort to learn to speak or understand Spanish.
But after finding the back of the net last night, the Welshman passionately shouted "VAMOS" - meaning "LET'S GO!', Sport Bible reports
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Jose Mourinho has poured out praises on Gareth Bale after scoring Tottenham's match-winner against Brighton in their Premier League home fixture.
The Welshman on loan from Real Madrid came into the game for Erik Lamela with 17 minutes left the play while the scores was at 1-1.
Three minutes later the 31-year-old headed home from eight yards courtesy of a cross from Sergio Regulon to seal a 2-1 win for Spurs.
In a post-interview, Mourinho aimed a dig at Bale's parent club Real Madrid, following his frustrating spell under French boss Zinedine Zidane.
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