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France midfielder Aurélien Tchouaméni has openly criticized himself and his teammates following their 2-0 defeat against Germany in an international friendly on Saturday.

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The Real Madrid player acknowledged that Didier Deschamps’ side was outperformed by Germany at the Groupama Stadium. Tchouaméni mentioned that they struggled to execute their game plan during the match and emphasized the need for improvement both individually and as a team.

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France conceded just 10 seconds into the game due to a stunning goal by Florian Wirtz, and Kai Havertz added the second goal for Germany early in the second half.

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“I believe we were outplayed in every aspect,” Tchouaméni stated in a post-match interview with TF1. “We couldn’t execute our game plan. We faced a formidable opponent. We must perform better, both individually and collectively. This defeat serves as a wake-up call. However, there’s no need to panic. We acknowledge our abilities and remain confident.”

 

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