Rashford apologizes to England fans after being racist | تعرض A homeland tweeting outside the flock

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England star Marcus Rashford, 23, has apologized for his missed penalty kick against Italy in the European Championship final, “Euro”, for which he was subjected to racist insults.

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And the player Rashford tweeted, through his personal account on the social networking sites “Twitter”, saying: “I can accept criticism of my performance or for the penalty kick, which was not good enough, and it should have been in the net.”

Manchester United star Rashford added, “But I will never apologize for what Hetty or my origins, and I have never felt more proud to wear the Three Lions shirt and watch my family cheer me on in front of tens of thousands of fans.”

Penalty kick and Rashford

And he continued, “I don’t even know where to start, not even the words that express exactly what I feel at the moment, and unfortunately the result was not what I wanted.”

And he added, “I felt that I disappointed my teammates, and I felt that I disappointed everyone, the penalty kick is all that I was asked to contribute to the team’s victory, and I can score penalty kicks even while I am sleeping, so why not this?!”

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And Rashford continued, “All I can say is that I apologize, and I wish the penalty came out differently, and I have always dreamed of days like Sunday’s final, and despite my criticism, the messages of support I received after the loss were very positive.”

He concluded his message, “The communities that surround me are constantly supporting me, I’m Marcus Rashford, 23 years old, a black man from Whittington, south of Manchester. I thank everyone for their kind messages, I will come back stronger and we will come back stronger.”

The England national team stars Boyako Saka, Marcus Rashford and Gadon Sancho, after losing the tournament final to Italy 3-2 on penalties.

After a positive tie in the original and extra time of the match, which brought both teams together at Wembley Stadium in the British capital, London, to racist comments.

This came after the trio missed the penalty shootout, which deprived England of the first title in the tournament and the second in its history at the level of major tournaments since 1966.

The visiting Italy team won the European Nations Cup “Euro” for the second time in the history of its career since 1968 AD, and its tenth in reaching the final of international tournaments.

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