Former Arsenal star, Mesut Ozil has said that he felt particularly for Bukayo Saka after the winger missed a punishment in England’s Euro 2020 last loss against Italy prior this month.
Ozil, a previous club partner with Saka, said that relatively few players would try to do how the adolescent helped England against Italy.
Recall that Italy crushed England in a punishment shootout to win the Euro 2020 after Saka, Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho all missed their spot-kicks.
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The threesome in the long run languished online racial maltreatments over not changing over their punishments against Italy.
Speaking on the turn of events, Ozil, who presently plays for Fenerbahce, said he sent messages to Saka to show his help to the 19-year-old after the incident.
“I felt especially for Bukayo [Saka]. I know from my own experience how it feels to miss a punishment,” Ozil revealed to Sky Sports.
“In a last, as the keep going one, to assume on the liability of a whole country as a youthful player – regard. Relatively few players would set out to do that.
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“There will consistently be individuals who racially misuse and substitute individuals of various foundations and skin shading when they lose.”
The ex-Germany worldwide added, “Indeed, I have [spoken to him]. We as a whole have, I think, addressed him, sent messages. “