Morata says he has had death threats over EURO 2020 performances

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Spain striker Alvaro Morata says deaths threats were made against him and even his sons after his misses in the group stage of EURO 2020.

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Among Morata’s misses was a failed penalty kick against Slovakia on Wednesday.

Spain’s players have condemned the death threats. Forward Dani Olmo says players accept criticism but more than that is “crossing the line.”

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Morata says what upsets him is when fans go to his wife and relatives to makes threats.

Spain will face Croatia in the round of 16 on Monday in Copenhagen.

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