- Eduardo Camavinga had a disappointing performance against Denmark in France's final UEFA Nations League group game on Sunday
- Goals from Dolberg and Skov Olsen handed France its second loss in their last three outings but it was the performance of Camavinga which came under the spotlight after the blast of the whistle
- France, who will be attempting to defend their 2018 World Cup trophy later this year in Qatar, has been blighted with injuries to many of their starters
Real Madrid youngster Eduardo Camavinga had a night to forget as he was hurled off by Didier Deschamps at halftime following a 'poor' first-half display.
Camavinga, who became the second youngest midfielder to start a competitive game for France, dropped one, if not the worst performance in a France shirt against Denmark on Sunday evening.
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Goals from Dolberg and Skov Olsen ensured Les Bleus finish in a disappointing third spot and invariably mean Deschamps' charges wont be able to defend their Nations League title.
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Following the end of the game, social media users singled out Camavinga for criticism:
"He looked more nervous than anything."
"He’s an average footballer."
@Thfc_ConteX reckons Camavinga is an over-hyped player:
"People hyped this guy way too much."
@OnaopemipoAdey argues the Madrid midfielder is not ripe for the national team yet:
"He is not yet ripe to be a starter that's all I can see in his issue."
"Camavinga is finished."
Real Madrid youngster Eduardo Camavinga tipped to win 2022 Golden Boy award
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Real Madrid midfielder, Eduardo Camavinga is seeking to follow in the footsteps of fellow France teammate, Kylian Mbappe to win the Golden Boy Award.
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The 19-year-old midfielder has been shortlisted for the 2022 edition of the award after a successful debut season at Real Madrid where he emerged as La Liga champions.
According to AS, Camavinga who also won the UEFA Champions League with Los Blancos will be aiming to become the first Real Madrid player to win the coveted prize.
Source: Sports Brief News