England captain Harry Kane thanked fans for their support following the team’s loss to Italy on penalties in the Euro 2020 tournament final.
The game ended 1-1 after 90 minutes, dropping the game considerably into extra time and possibly penalties, where Italy triumphed 3-2 on site.
Sharing a photo of team gathered on the On the Wembley turf on Sunday night, Kane wrote on Twitter: “Last night it hurts. It’s going to hurt for a long time.
Last night hurts. It will hurt for a long time. But we have come so far and have broken down so many barriers that this is not the end. We win together, lose together and we will regroup for the World Cup. Thank you for all your support this summer. pic.twitter.com/kUfW3zq2mn
– Harry Kane (@HKane) July 12, 2021
“But we have come this far and have broken down so many barriers that this is not the end. We are winning together, losing together and we will regroup for the World Cup. Thank you for all your support this summer.”
Harry Maguire shared a photo of the team watching the shootout, saying simply: “Win together – lose together. We’ll be back.”
Elsewhere, Kieran Trippier shared a photo of the smiling squad ahead of the final with the message: “I’m so proud of this team. Such a young and talented group of players.
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“We gave everything we had for you fans and I’m sorry it wasn’t enough. The support we received is something we will never forget. We will come back stronger. Thank you.”
Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson also shared his thoughts, saying the loss hurt “even more this morning”.
He added: “We have given absolutely everything and I’m so proud of the guys for what they have done over the past few weeks. Seeing the growth of individuals and as a collective has been amazing, the character that we have shown. , the desire and the sacrifice for each other was something really special. “
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This notice was published: 2021-07-12 12:41:00