Alvaro Morata, who is on loan at Juventus, congratulated his Italian teammates on their victory in the Euro 2020 final against England on Sunday.
Morata greeted his Juventus colleagues on Instagram, stating he was pleased of them and wishes he was in their shoes.
“I would have wanted to be in your place, but I am proud and glad for you,” Morata wrote on Instagram. “Eu gostaria muito de estar em seus lugares, mais estou orgulhoso e feliz por voces” Morata on Instagram pic.twitter.com/1F7w7TR7Ze — Juve Brasil (@Juvebrasil) July 12, 2021 Italy faced Morata and Spain
Although scoring the equalizer for Spain in normal time, the Juventus forward missed the game-winning penalty, ensuring Italy’s qualification for the Euro 2020 final.
Alvaro Morata had a hot and cool Euro 2020 campaign.
The 28-year-old attacker was responsible for a number of missed opportunities for Spain.
Despite this, the Juventus striker finished the tournament as Spain’s leading scorer with three goals.
In the Round of 16 against Croatia, Morata produced one of the best goals of the competition.
Also read: David James’ column – Euro 2020: 5 players who deserve more playing time Juventus players were at the core of Italy’s Euro 2020 victory over England.
Juventus included four players in the Italian team, including Giorgio Chiellini and Leonardo Bonucci at center defense and Federico Chiesa and Federico Bernardeschi on the wings.
Federico Chiesa was a standout performer for Italy in Euro 2020, scoring two goals.
Before being pulled off due to injury, the winger was a threat for England in the final.
Bernardeschi was brought in to replace his Juventus teammate.
Before Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka missed their respective spot penalties, the 27-year-old scored Italy’s third and final penalty to give Italy the Euro 2020 title.
Giorgio Chiellini and Leonardo Bonucci, on the other hand, were the stars for Italy in Euro 2020.
In defense, the Juventus duo was rock-solid, with Bonucci scoring Italy’s equalizer in the final.
The Juventus duo made a significant contribution to Italy’s victory in the final.
Despite being on loan from Atletico Madrid, Alvaro Morata has had his loan deal extended and will continue with Juventus for another season. (Photo by Claudio Villa/Getty Images)
Before returning to Juventus for the start of the new season, the Spanish forward and his Italian teammates will have a break.
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Sankalp Srivastava edited the piece.