Thomas Meunier, the right-hander of Belgium, shows his disappointment after the slap received against Switzerland on Sunday night. The Red Devils will not see the Final Four.
Asked about the heavy defeat on Sunday night in Switzerland (5-2), Thomas Meunier, the Belgian right-back of Paris Saint-Germain, does not hide the disappointment. Although the Red Devils do not see the Final Four, the former Club Brugge player is looking for explanations for this collective defeat. "There are a lot of things that have been lost," he said into the microphone. RTL. In the third goal for example, we are caught against a dead stage. We were 7 or 8 against three players. There was a lack of aggression on our part. And that was the case with at least three goals from Switzerland. It was not good. However, we did well early in the game. We take targets for the coup. It was very easy for them. We're not used to playing that way. In recent years, I had not experienced such a bad game. He lost 20% on each player's leader. We also play very good players. We got caught. There was indifference. We can be sure to move on. And Belgium suffered five goals for the first time since September 2009 against the Red. Dirty night