Bale takes dizzy pot at goal to raise poverty awareness.
HE may be one of the best footballers in the world but even Gareth Bale can miss a goal after a few spins.
The Real Madrid star took part in the latest big craze and filmed himself spinning around a football 13 times before attempting to score.
The "dizzy goals" has attracted the likes of Alan Shearer and Gary Lineker and is part of a campaign which aims to raise awareness and end extreme poverty and fight inequality for everyone by 2030.
After making himself dizzy, Cardiff-born Bale could hardly run in a straight line towards the second football which he was supposed to put in the back of the net.
Instead his worst ever attempt at a penalty shot saw the ball roll wide to the right, missing the goal by miles.
Dizzy goal videos can be shared with the hashtag #DizzyGoals and by tagging @THEGLOBALGOALs on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Participants should say to camera they are doing "a dizzy penalty for the global goals" in advance of taking a spin.
If you manage to score you should say "if I can score a dizzy penalty then together we can all score the global goals".
But Bale is heard saying: "I missed my goal so that world leaders don't miss theirs" - the line if you miss your penalty.