Pedro Not Happy With Bench Role At Euro 2016

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Pedro has revealed his displeasure at the insignificant role he has played for Spain at the Euros.

The Chelsea man came off the bench in the 1-0 win over Czech Republic, in La Roja’s opening match. And was an unused substitute in the 3-0 win over Turkey.

The former Barcelona forward has made his frustration known. It is left to see how Vicente del Bosque will react.

“I had other expectations when I arrived here. It is not what I wanted,” the former Barcelona player told Zero.

“To assume this role is difficult. If you don’t see continuity, coming here to stay with the group is no longer worth it.

“I think situations get to that point where you have to make a decision. That happens to everyone in football.

“I’ll think, I will meditate. Now is not the best time to talk, out of respect for my team-mates and my coach, who has always trusted me. I have to think.”

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