Men who attacked Bale's car fined €3,001 and given six-month ban

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The men responsible for attacking the cars of Gareth Bale and Jese after last Sunday's El Clasico loss have been fined €3001 and given a six month ban.

According to Marca, Spain's Anti-Violence Commission has handed down a €3,001 fine and a six-month ban from all sports stadiums for the three men identified and found guilty of the attacks on the cars of Gareth Bale, Jese and manager Carlo Ancelotti on Sunday evening.

The three men were waiting for the players to leave the Valdebebas training ground following last Sunday's 2-1 El Clasico loss to Barcelona at the Camp Nou, where they proceeded to attack the cars of Bale, Jese and Ancelotti as they drove through the exit.

The men criticised the players and coach for their declining performances over recent weeks with Sunday's loss giving Barcelona a four-point lead in the La Liga table with just 10 weeks remaining in the season.

The men were then stopped by Sergio Ramos, who attempted to ease tensions in a video captured by Spanish television station Cuatro.

One of the men from the video was identified as a Real Madrid member, with the club swiftly banning him from all matches pending a disciplinary hearing, and the punishment would not end there as the Anti-Violence Commission handed down the fine and ban.

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