We'll get up again and never give up - De Gea after Spain's exit

After enduring a miserable Russia 2018 in which he made a single save, Spain goalkeeper David de Gea has responded to their exit.

David de Gea could not keep out any of Russia's penalties as the hosts progressed to the quarter-finals.   -  Getty Images

David de Gea says Spain are "f*****" after their early World Cup exit, but will recover.

De Gea could not keep out any of Russia's penalties as the hosts progressed to the quarter-finals 4-3 in a shoot-out following Sunday's 1-1 draw in Moscow.

Koke and Iago Aspas were denied by Igor Akinfeev as Russia dumped the 2010 champions out.

But De Gea - criticised for his poor performances throughout the World Cup - pledged Spain will bounce back.

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"To those who supported, suffered and criticised us with respect, thanks," De Gea wrote on Twitter.

"We're f***** but we'll get up again and never give up."

De Gea had a tournament to forget, saving one shot from 11 on target faced - including penalties.

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