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The players from Spain also did not kneel before the game against Poland.

The players of the Spanish team did not kneel before the Eurocopa match against Poland. The Poles also did not join in this gesture that some countries are making during their respective matches of this championship.

In their debut against Sweden, the National Team players also did not kneel to support the Black Lives Matters movement that has become fashionable in the world of sport. Teams from the Premier, the NBA and even several national teams such as England, Wales, Switzerland or Belgium have joined this movement. However, neither Spain nor Poland have knelt in the two matches they have played in the Eurocup.

The fans of the Spanish team had asked the players through the networks not to kneel. Some even assured that if they did, they would not see this game or the next ones. Those of Luis Enrique, despite the fact that some footballers who are active in the Premier did so with their teams, have not joined this movement and have decided not to kneel.

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