Tottenham Hotspur defender reacts to World Cup heartbreak.
Davinson Sanchez was unlucky to be on the wrong end of a World Cup penalty shootout loss against England.
For once the Three Lions were victorious on penalties, with Sanchez's Tottenham teammates Harry Kane, Kieran Trippier and Eric Dier all dispatching their spot kicks.
Sanchez was superb in defence and showed just why Spurs made him their record signing last summer.
The centre-back was proud of the way he and his team played, and sent a message on Twitter after the loss.
He wrote: "We leave everything for our colors today more than ever proud of being Colombian."
Dejamos Todo Por nuestros Colores Hoy mas que nunca Orgullosos de Ser Colombianos pic.twitter.com/mfQ8hJfYjP— DAVINSON (@daosanchez26) July 4, 2018
Sanchez will have a short break before returning to Spurs at the end of the month.
Supporters were impressed with his performance and responded to his message to let him know they were proud.
You played magnificent today Davinson and unlucky to go out. It's always tough to go out but even more so on penalties. Hopefully our Tottenham boys will cheer you up in the new season.— Lilywhite Spurs (@Lilywhite_Spurs) July 4, 2018
Huge game mate, what a player. Estoy contento en saber que eres Spurs! Chin up!— It's Coming Home! (@TheBoringGit) July 4, 2018
You were brilliant tonight Davinson— Houston Spurs (@HoustonSpurs) July 4, 2018
The biggest compliment I can give you Davinson is that you reminded me (again) of Ledley King. Well played & proud you are a Spur.— Anthony Heard (@AnthonyH7) July 4, 2018
Quality performance today can’t wait to see you back in that Tottenham shirt next season #COYS— mcspurs99 (@mcspurs99) July 4, 2018