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The Spanish Alvaro Morata, forward for Juventus and the Spanish team, this Sunday 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 will stay with me 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”.