Real Madrid captain and Spanish International, Sergio Ramos, has reacted after he was shunned from the 2020 Euro 24-man squad released by the head coach Luis Enrique.
Taking to Twitter, the defender revealed that he is not bitter about the snub as he has had a difficult season amidst injuries and setbacks. He wished his teammates well and revealed that he would cheer them on from the house as he watches them.
He wrote: “I wish all my teammates the best of luck and I hope we have a great Euro Cup. I will cheer as one more from home,” After a few fucked-up months and a typical season that is different from what I have experienced in my entire career, the Eurocup also joins.
“After a tough few months and a strange season unlike anything I have experienced in my career comes the Euros. I have fought and worked body and soul every day to be able to reach 100% with Real Madrid and the National Team, but things don’t always go the way you .
“It hurts me not to have been able to help my team more and not defend Spain, but, in this case, it’s better to rest, fully recover well and, next year, return as we’ve always done.
“It hurts not to represent your country, but you’ve to be honest and sincere. I wish all my teammates the best of luck and I hope we have a great Euro Cup. I’ll cheer as one more from home.”
always!— Sergio Ramos (@SergioRamos) May 24, 2021