Morata had been booed by followers in a goalless pleasant with Portugal in Madrid earlier in June and was subjected to whistles when he spurned a wonderful likelihood within the first half in opposition to Sweden in Seville, though a piece additionally applauded him.
“It’s much better to play when the fans are applauding you rather than booing you but I’d prefer to think about the people who cheered us on,” midfielder Pedri instructed reporters again at Spain’s Madrid base on Tuesday.
“But Morata feels very good, he is very strong in the head. He’s a great player who gives us a lot, he’s relaxed and he knows the goals will arrive.”
The draw was hardly the perfect begin Spain wished to make as they appear to attempt to relive the glory days once they gained successive European Championships in 2008 and 2012.
But Pedri, who at 18 grew to become Spain’s youngest ever participant to function at a serious event, backed them to get a win of their subsequent recreation in opposition to Poland on Saturday.
“We have a very good group and I think things will work out for us with time. If we play the same type of game against Poland I’m sure the ball will go in the net,” he added.
“I’m sure Morata will know how to deal with all the focus and will score in the next game.”