Alaba made his first appearance for Carlo Ancelotti's side since moving on a free transfer from Bayern Munich this summer. Madrid's only summer signing, the versatile Austrian played the first half against the Rossoneri and said:
"It has been very positive to play my first game with Real Madrid and in front of my home fans. The secret has been this team. I feel comfortable in this team.
"From the first day I've had a great reception. I'm trying to improve the team with my qualities and help."
Bale, who appeared with the No. 50, played his first game for the Spanish giants since June 2020 after spending last season on loan at Tottenham.
However, Bale's weak spot kick was saved by goalkeeper Mike Maignan and the forward was substituted at half time as well as Alaba.
Modric came close to breaking the deadlock when he struck the bar in the second half but Madrid failed to find a breakthrough against the Italian side.