Luis Enrique's side crashed out at the last four in painful fashion via a 4-2 penalty shootout loss to the Azzurri, following a 1-1 draw at Wembley - with Morata missing his crucial sudden death penalty allowing Jorginho to net the winning spot kick from 12 yards.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The 28-year-old striker came off the substitutes' bench to score a late equaliser and force extra-time, but his shootout effort was saved by Gianluigi Donnarumma which proved to be fatal for Spain.
Alvaro Morata missed the crucial penalty in Spain's Euro 2020 semi-final shootout loss to Italy
Morata's spot kick was saved by Gianluigi Donnarumma before Jorginho netted the winner
Morata, who opened up about him and his family receiving threats earlier in the tournament, did not refer to his penalty miss on social media after the match and only revealed his pride of being part of Luis Enrique's side.
The striker posted on Instagram: 'This group deserved more, much more. Like the whole of Spain, it was also my dream, our dream.
'I am proud to have been part of this team. To those who have believed in us, THANK YOU. Football can be very hard.'
All of Spain's newspapers on Wednesday morning maintained that Spain did not deserve to lose the final after dominating possession at Wembley.
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