Daniel OlmoSpanish forward of leipzigthanked this Wednesday for the support he received in the last hours after the brutal removal of World Cup 2022 in the round of 16 and looks optimistic about the future, ensuring that they will learn from what happened.
“Thank you very much to those who came Qatar and to those of you who encouraged and supported us from home to the end”, wrote one from Terrace in social networks.
“These are very hard times, but this continues, we will get up, we will learn and we will continue forward. The best is yet to come, now and always. Proud of the team,” he added along with photos of the duel against Morocco which shows the frustration of falling into sanctions.
Aymeric LaporteFor his part, he assured in a message of reflection on social networks after the elimination of Spain from the 2022 World Cup, that he does not regret “anything”, thanking his teammates and the coaching staff led by Luis Enrique Martinez for building “a united group” which he acknowledged was “very difficult” to achieve.
“It’s hard to express how it feels when you are left behind in the most important competition in this sport. Despite ending this adventure today, I have no regrets, in every way,” said the central defender. City of Manchesterwho since becoming a Spanish national has been attached to Luis Enrique.
“I want to thank the team and its workers for putting us in the best possible conditions and obviously the group of players and ‘staff’, something that is very difficult in this sport is to feel ‘a united group’ and it was achieved”, he added.
Laporte starred with alvaro morata one of the most shocking photos after the elimination of the Spanish team in the round of 16 penalty shootout, against Morocco, couldn’t hold back the tears after the elimination.
“Now it’s time to recharge the batteries for the second part of the season. Many thanks to all the people who supported us and the thousands of positive messages received after the last game. See you soon”, the cover sentenced along with a disappointing picture and some listening to the Spanish anthem and the last match in the competition.
Source: La Verdad
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