The Red Devils boss is confident that a magical actor will fall behind in a heartbreaking moment internationally.
According to Oli Gunner-Solskjیرr, Marcus Rashford will still “raise his hand” to the fine at Manchester United, insisting that the striker will not be affected by his last Euro 2020 miss.
England suffered another painful penalty shootout defeat in the final of their first European Championship on Sunday. After 120 minutes of action, the two teams lost 3-2 to Italy and drew 1-1.
Rodford saw Jadon Sancho and Bokio Saka save their spot-kicks at the hands of Gianluigi Donaruma before it missed the target by 12 yards, before Azori finally clinched his sixth international title at Weimley.
Solskir backed Rashford
Soulsky is now out to praise Rashford I dare to take a penalty on such a big stage, And there is no doubt that the 23-year-old will continue to carry out the same responsibilities at the club level.
“You know, when you get up to pick up a penalty, I think you’ve already won,” the United boss told the club. Official website. “You have accepted responsibility and I am sure many players are hoping that I do not want to take any penalty.
“So I think taking a step back and saying I have a great feature for dealing with it, [and] Results. You can be a hero or something you miss. This is football.
“You learned a lesson from it and of course come back stronger. I haven’t seen a lot of people in this club who go to bed anyway and say I won’t take any fines anymore.
“I know Marx will raise his hand and say he wants one for us.”
England was the last obstacle
England lost their first trophy since the 1966 World Cup after losing to Italy, and it remains to be seen what will happen.
The Gareth Southgate men took an early lead through Luke Shaw, but then closed the shop instead of scoring the second goal and were eventually penalized when Leonardo Bonucci equalized in the 67th minute.
Italy calmed their nerves in the exchange of fire while the Three Lions put pressure, Solskjیرr is well aware of the fine margin on occasions when the last loss to the United Europa League was after watching the final defeat.
“Obviously, we know the whole of England felt after the game,” he said. “A kick decides the whole mood. Even one game, maybe Italy won a little bit, but, when it comes to penalty shootouts, anything can happen, as we know from our last game.
“It’s hard on the boys but sometimes it’s football. All you have to do is deal with it and move on. I know the whole environment in the country has been so good and, of course, it’s anti-pollution. I know it.”
Solsker’s definition of Shaw
Soulsky also reserved words of special praise for Shaw, and highlighted it The polishing technique he used to score his first international goal.
“I’m so happy for Luke. I was looking at him and asked, ‘What’s up now?’ The Norwegian spoke of Beck’s amazing second-minute talk. “He started the attack and we encouraged him to go to the last third.
“We know how technically he is and he is skilled and he hit the ball very nicely. His focus is once again on the ball, on the straight laces and on the edges of it – on and off the post, not on and off the post. This is football for you. Luke deserves all the luck he can get. He spent many years with us.