If you want goals, you've got them. This week Gareth Bale again showed why Real Madrid made him the most expensive player in the world when he scored in both matches for Los Blancos.
In Real Madrid's 3-0 Champions League victory over Borussia Dortmund Bale's skills were on display for the world to see.
The 24-year-old managed to open up the scoring after only three minutes of play and stayed active all match long. Bale managed to get off five shots against the Germans and paired up well with Ronaldo to cause havoc for the defense.
Bale was not done there, however, as he also came up big on Saturday scoring a screamer in Real Madrid's 4-0 victory over Real Sociedad.
Midway through the second half Real Madrid were riding their 1-0 lead in a heated contest with their Basque hosts. That was, of course, until Bale showed up.
The Welshman received the ball well outside the box after a mistake from keeper Claudio Bravo and immediately turned his gaze towards goal.
Bale settled the ball and blasted an effort back at the goal which tucked inside the bottom corner beating the keeper and doubling the lead for Los Blancos. It was the type of goal fans have grown used to with Bale, yet it was spectacular nonetheless.
The 24-year-old finished the match having taken five shots and winning three dribbles. His pace and dribbling made him a constant threat and Real Sociedad had little answer for him at Anoeta.