Morata mourns the death of the child to whom he dedicated the goal against Sweden

Morata (d) after his goal against Sweden, on November 14 at the La Cartuja stadium in Seville. EFE / Raúl Caro

Rome, Jan 9 (EFE) .- The Spanish Álvaro Morata, forward for Juventus and the Spanish national team, expressed his condolences for Miguel Ángel, the ten-year-old boy who died of a serious illness, to whom he had dedicated the goal against Sweden that sent Spain to the World Cup in Qatar.
“One of the news that I would never have wanted to receive, but a great lesson that I have for life. The strength of a great family and having been able to share a few moments with you,” Morata wrote on his Instagram account.
“Your star will always be there and will travel with me wherever I go. Rest in peace Miguel Ángel,” he added.
Morata, who has played for Juventus since 2020, had supported Miguel Ángel and had a strong emotional bond with him and his family.
Along with Morata, the Spanish team also published a message on their social networks in which he assures that the memory of Miguel Ángel “will always be an inspiration.”



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