REVEALED: What Ronaldo said to Bale after Euro 2016 exit

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The two most expensive players in the world faced off in Wednesday's semi-final, with the Portuguese coming out on top before consoling his Real Madrid team-mate at full-time

Cristiano Ronaldo has revealed what he said to Gareth Bale after leading Portugal to the Euro 2016 final at the expense of Wales.

The two most expensive players in the world faced off in Lyon, with Ronaldo notching a goal and an assist to secure his country's second European Championship final in the last four tournaments.

Ronaldo walked straight over to his Real Madrid team-mate at full-time, with the pair sharing words and a hug, and the 31-year-old has now divuldged mostly what was said.

"I congratulated them on their run," Ronaldo told reporters. "They had an amazing run. They were the shining star here, the revelation team.

"I wished them good luck and as for the rest I would rather not say."

Germany and hosts France play in the second semi-final on Thursday to decide who will face Portugal in Sunday's final.

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