Former Manchester United captain, Gary Neville, has slammed France players following their Euro 2020 defeat to Switzerland on Monday night.
Neville said that the match was a mess for France, adding that they were complacent.
Switzerland defeated France 5-4 on penalties in Bucharest, Romania, after Paris Saint-Germain’s Kylian Mbappe saw his spot-kick saved by goalkeeper Yann Sommer.
The match between the two countries ended in a 3-3 draw after 120 minutes at the National Arena.
“I think it was a mess for France tonight, from the first minute,” Neville told ITV.
“They thought they could turn up, be complacent, I felt the way they set up in their system was all wrong, the players didn’t have a clue in the first half what they were doing.
“That was four out of their starting back five, don’t be fooled by their injuries at left-back, that is one position. They were a mess.”