Substitutes Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka all missed spot kicks within the 3-2 shootout loss and have been focused on social media whereas a mural in Rashford’s dwelling city of Withington was defaced earlier than it was lined in messages of help.
The racist abuse prompted a police investigation and vast condemnation from England’s captain, supervisor, royalty, spiritual leaders and politicians.
“I can take critique of my performance all day long, my penalty was not good enough, it should have gone in but I will never apologise for who I am and where I came from,” the 23-12 months-previous Manchester United ahead wrote on Twitter.
“I’ve felt no prouder moment than wearing those three lions on my chest and seeing my family cheer me on in a crowd of 10s of thousands.”
Rashford, who took England’s third penalty after captain Harry Kane and defender Harry Maguire had scored, staggered his run up and, although he despatched Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma the improper method, scuffed his spot kick towards the submit.
“I don’t even know where to start and I don’t even know how to put into words how I’m feeling at this exact time,” he added.
“I’ve had a difficult season, I think that’s been clear for everyone to see and I probably went into that final with a lack of confidence.
“I’ve at all times backed myself for a penalty however one thing did not really feel fairly proper. During the long term-up, I used to be saving myself a bit of time and, sadly, the consequence was not what I wished.
“I felt as though I let my team mates down. I felt as if I’d let everyone down.
“A penalty was all I’d been requested to contribute for the staff. I can rating penalties in my sleep so why not that one? It’s been taking part in in my head time and again since I struck the ball and there is most likely not a phrase to explain the way it feels.”
England were bidding for their first major trophy since they lifted the World Cup at Wembley in 1966 but lost in the shootout after the match finished 1-1 following extra time.
“Final. 55 years. 1 penalty. History. All I can say is sorry. I want it had gone in another way. Whilst I proceed to ask for forgiveness I need to shout out my staff mates. This summer time has been one of the most effective camps I’ve skilled and you’ve got all performed a job in that.”
Italy inflict penalty heartache on England to win Euro 2020