- France boss Didier Deschamps delivered a 'harsh' assessment of Eduardo Camavinga's performance against Denmark
- Camavinga was one of France's poor performers in their final UEFA Nations League fixture against the Scandinavian country
- The 19-year-old Real Madrid midfielder was subbed off at halftime after dropping a nightmarish display
France manager Didier Deschamps has registered his displeasure with the performance of Real Madrid midfielder Eduardo Camavinga.
Camavinga had a below-par performance in France's humbling 2-0 loss to Denmark on Sunday night as Les Bleus survived UEFA Nations League relegation by the skin of the teeth.
His uncharacteristically poor display forced Deschamps to substitute the former Stade Rennes midfield linchpin at halftime as the Nations League holders chased the game.
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Deschamps' raft of second-half changes, which also affected Camavinga, saw an improved display from his side however it failed to yield the ultimate outcome as France suffered their third loss in the Nations League.
Following the end of the game, Deschamps voiced out the sub-par performance of his side while addressing Camavinga's 45-minute disaster class.
"He [Camavinga] did some things I don't want to see again," he said as quoted by besoccer.
"He wasn't in a good mood, but these things can happen. It will help him for the future," added Deschamps about the 'Merengues' midfielder.
Fans call out Eduardo Camavinga after his below-par performance against Denmark
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that 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.
Fans tear into Real Madrid midfielder Eduardo Camavinga after disaster-class for France against Denmark
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.
The 19-year-old's sub-par performance against Denmark was a microcosm of the entire team display, who looked disjointed and out-of-sort in their final UEFA Nations League fixture.
Source: Sports Brief News