The Welshman was instrumental in Spurs' success, putting the opener on a plate for Aaron Lennon before adding the second himself with a sumptuous free kick.
He did, however, put it into his own net in unfortunate circumstances after Lennon's attempted goal-line clearance inadvertantly thumped the 23-year-old flush in the face and flew in.
But his performance was once again overshadowed as he received a caution from referee Phil Dowd after being adjudged to have simulated following a challenge from Daniel Agger.
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"Sometimes it happens. You have just got to get on with it."
Spurs had previously suffered three successive defeats before the weekend win over West Ham and, following back-to-back victories, Andre Villas-Boas' side now sit fifth in the table above Everton and north London rivals Arsenal.
"We are not too far off [where we want to be]," Bale added.
"There were good results elsewhere for us tonight, which was important.
"We have just got to focus on ourselves, focus on game by game, and I think we are improving in every game."