Gareth Bale made his Los Angeles FC debut on Sunday night following his move to the United States last month.

The Welsh striker, who has signed a one-year deal with the Major League Soccer outfit, came on in the 72nd minute against Nashville SC.

LAFC already led 2-1 thanks to goals from Cristian Arango and Jose Cifuentes either side of half-time.

The former Real Madrid superstar immediately wowed the crowd with some sublime touches after entering the fray.

After flicking the ball to a teammate, Bale received it again on the sideline and beat Nashville defender Daniel Lovitz with a beautiful skill.

Bale may be a little disappointed he didn't get on the scoresheet, but he still played his part as LAFC secured all three points.

The Wales international's new employers are currently top of the MLS Western Conference, one point ahead of Austin FC with a game in hand.

Speaking to the US media after the final whistle, Bale said: "It was an amazing feeling" to make his debut.