Manchester United forward pays tribute to teammates and hometown support following Wemley’s disappearance
Marcus Rashford has said that he “did not feel any rapid momentum” when representing England at Euro 2020 and that he was “once again the victim of racist abuse following the three lions”. I will not apologize. Penalty shootout against Italy in Sunday’s final was heartbreaking
Gareth Southgate’s side beat Roberto Mancini’s Azure in extra time in a 1-1 draw, taking a 3-2 lead over just spot kicks, with Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bokio Saka all three players. I saw the efforts fall. In short, a lot of abuse on social media and by undisputed minorities.
The former couple were only sent off in the last minute before the shootout, Rashford finally hitting the left post, now further acknowledged that he feels before the decisive moment – but Manchester United’s The man nevertheless praised her and returned home as something “integral” to the spirit of his squad and the community around him.
What has been said?
“I don’t even know where to start, and I don’t know how to put into words how I’m feeling at the moment,” Rashford wrote. “I’ve had a tough season, I think it’s clear for everyone to see and I’ve probably gone to this final with a lack of confidence.
“I have always supported fines but nothing felt right. In the long run, I was saving myself a little time and unfortunately the result was not what I wanted.
“I felt like I was saying goodbye to my teammates. I felt like I was leaving everyone. The only thing that was said in the fine was that I had to contribute to the team. I made a fine in my sleep. I can, so why? It’s been playing in my mind over and over since I hit the ball and maybe not a word to describe how it feels.
“Final. 55 years. A sentence. History. All I can say is sorry. I wish it were.” [have] Gone differently as long as I keep saying sorry, I want to scream [to] My teammates have been one of the best camps I’ve experienced this summer and you’ve all played your part. A brotherhood has been built that is unbreakable. Your success is my success. Your failures are mine.
“I’ve gotten into a game where I wouldn’t expect to read anything written about myself. Whether it’s the color of my skin, where I grew up or, more recently, I’ve decided that I will spend my time on the peak that I can criticize. My performance throughout the day, my fine was not so good, it should have gone but I will never apologize for who I am and where I come from. ۔
“I did not feel any excitement when I saw these three lions on my chest and my family cheering in the crowd of tens of thousands. I had dreamed of such days. I have received positive messages today. I was overwhelmed and I was moved to tears by Washington’s response.
“The communities that have always wrapped their arms around me are holding me. I’m Marcus Rashford,” he said. [a] A 23-year-old black man from Wington and Whitenshey, South Manchester. If I have nothing else, I have it.
“For all kinds of messages, thank you. I will be stronger. We will be stronger.”
Nation rallies in Rashford amid abuses
Sunday’s results have seen support on social media and near Rashford’s home where the player’s wall was smashed, increasing support for the player and teammates Sancho and Saka.
Southgate – who insisted that the decision to bring the former pair late with a bit of joy for the Spot Kicks collided with it – paid tribute to the forward’s role shortly thereafter. Captain Hurricane offered a strong response to the abusers. Earlier on Monday, England fans.
Back home, messages of goodwill and support have been posted on the damaged wall throughout the day, while Rashford himself shared letters he received from school children after Sunday’s game.
Such abuse is tarnishing the English game, even with other figures in the Rashford, England squad, such as Raheem Sterling and Tyrone Mans, continuing to take massive action to deal with it, the country’s sports reputation. There is a stain on it.
Joining the team in England’s first final since winning the World Cup in 1966 is more than confirming the progress made by the youth squad, which will consider re-grouping and supporting each other in September. Because they are ready for Qatar 2022 competition. Qualifier
The Three Lines are expected to continue with Saul Gate in the lead until the end of the tournament next December, while Rashford will be impressed with United and Oli Gunner Solscare before that, as the Red Devils try to break their silver lining. Of