Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford was brought on to help England in penalty shootout against Italy, but it didn’t work out that way as he missed the third kick for the Three Lions.
It was a bad experience for the 24-year-old, as one can’t fully recover from missing a decisive kick in a magnitude of a game as the Euro 2020 final.
“To fall and to rise. That’s sport and you know it well, @MarcusRashford.
“See you soon at home amigo.”
Manchester United midfielder and Scotland international Scott McTominay also sent his support to Rashford and also Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka, after they were racially abused following their penalty miss.
“What I am reading this afternoon is absolutely horrendous,” the Scotland international wrote on Instagram.
“Something seriously needs to be done about this because, for the amount we speak about people and footballers being racially abused, it keeps happening time and time again. Keep your head up.”