Wales forward Gareth Bale has played down the significance of his duel with Real Madrid teammate Cristiano Ronaldo ahead of his nation's Euro 2016 semi-final against Portugal.
The former Tottenham Hotspur winger became the world's most expensive footballer when he joined the Bernabeu for £85m in 2013, eclipsing the £80m the Spanish club paid Manchester United for Ronaldo in 2009.
Bale, however, told reporters: "It's not about two players, it is about two nations in a semi-final, 11 men against 11 men. Everybody knows that really.
"[Ronaldo] is a fantastic player, everybody knows what he can do. But we have always spoken about what we do, what we do ourselves as a team. We don't worry about the opposition."
Wales and Portugal meet in Lyon on Wednesday night for the right to play either France or Germany in the tournament final.