Saka finally opens his voice after failing in the Euro 2020 final


Bukayo Saka finally made a statement after failing to help England win Euro 2020. This is what the 19-year-old said.

English failed to win Euro 2020 after losing on penalties against Italy. Saka became the last kicker for The Three Lions and his failure to beat Gianluigi Donnarumma made the trophy fall into the hands of Gli Azzurri.

Saka is not the only English player to fail in the penalty shootout. There are Marcus Rashford and also Jadon Sancho, who first failed to do their job well.

Saka, who is a player belonging to Arsenal, briefly disappeared without first commenting after the painful defeat. Now, he has appeared and thanked him for the support that has come.

“I have been away from social media for a few days to spend time with family and reflect on the last few weeks,” Saka said on his social media.

“Through this message, how grateful I am for all the love I have received, and I feel the need to thank everyone who has supported me.”

“It has been an honor to be part of the England squad. They are lifelong brothers and I am grateful for all that I have learned from each of the players and staff who work so hard.”

“To help this team reach our first final in 55 years, to see my family in the audience, to know what they have given to help me get there, it means everything to me.”

Saka emphasized that he was very disappointed with the defeat in the final. On the other hand, Saka believes that good times will come.

“It’s hard to say how disappointed I am with the result and my penalty. I really believe we will win this for you. I’m sorry that we couldn’t take it home for you this year, but I promise you that we will give everything we can. we have to make sure this generation knows what it’s like to win.”

“My post-match reaction says it all, I’m very hurt and I feel like I’m going to disappoint all of you and all of England but I can promise you this that I won’t let that moment or anything negative happen again.”

“For those who have campaigned on my behalf and sent me a heartfelt letter wishing me and my family well – I am so grateful. This is what football should be. Spirit, people of all races, genders, religions and backgrounds come together with one shared joy of the football rollercoaster.”

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