Euro 2020: Bukayo Saka opens up about missing penalty in Euro final – racially abused
Bukayo Saka, England’s young attacking star. He open up for the first time after missing a penalty in the Euro 2020 final and being heavily criticize on social media.
Bukayo Saka was the fifth penalty shooter for England in the Euro 2020 final against Italy. Where he will need to score in his bid to continue the title race.
However, the Sassuolo striker return to the save of Gianluigi Donnarumma. The Italian goalkeeper, resulting in the “Roaring Lions” squad finishing second. And having to wait for success in major tournaments since the 1966 World Cup.
After the game over the last three days on July 15, the 19-year-old star open his mind for the first time about missing the penalty. “I stay away from social media for days to be with my family. And examine what has happened in the past few weeks. It is an honor to be part of this England squad. They are brothers And I’m really grateful for what I’ve learned from everyone, from my teammates and coaching staff. We all work really hard.”
“There are no words for me to tell you how disappointed I am with the result. and the penalty that I shot I believe we can win for you guys. I’m sorry I didn’t bring it home for you guys this year. My reaction says it all, I’m hurting and I feel like I made you guys. And the British family was devastate But I can promise you that I will not let this moment Or something negative that I received has ruined my life.”
In addition, the Arsenal offensive line also spoke about the issue of being racially abuse. I know the kind of hatred I’ve received. And that’s the sad truth from a platform that seems powerful but doesn’t do much to stop these messages. It shouldn’t be a place for racism. or any hatred in the world of football or in any area of society Hate is end by kindness to one another. Love conquers all.”