‘Have had a career too long to worry about what people think of me’

Álvaro Morata doesn‘t care about the criticism he gets. The Spanish striker got the full layer after his performance in the Spaniards’s scoreless draw against Sweden.
Several Spanish media were hard on Morata after meeting Sweden. The Juventus attacker had a great opportunity to help his country victory, but failed to finish it. Morata talks about the criticism at the press conference. It‘s fine with me. I’ve had too long a career to worry about what people think of me.
I can‘t be loved among everyone, Morata continues. If there is criticism, you have to respect that and work super hard. What my teammates think interests me a lot more. I also think I haven’t made any big mistakes against Sweden.
Morata is fighting Poland with Spain on Saturday night. The 41-gang international is allowed to kick off again at that game. By the way, national coach Luis Enrique had already announced at the press conference.

🗣️ @AlvaroMorata: Hay muchas enfermedades como la ansiedad o la depresión que no están consideradas como merecen. ➡️ Es algo que no tiene nombre, no tiene forma, pero está ahí. Recomiendo a la gente que vaya a un especialista si tiene un problema. #SomosEspaña #EURO2020 pic.twitter.com/kqvlvmk5ss
— Selección Española de Fútbol (@SeFutbol) June 18, 2021