France manager Didier Deschamps admits that he is still 'disappointed and frustrated' following his side's World Cup quarter-final exit.
Didier Deschamps has admitted that he is still 'disappointed and frustrated' following France's World Cup exit at the hands of Germany.
Les Bleus, who edged out Nigeria in the previous round, were defeated 1-0 in the quarter-final clash to end their hopes of winning the trophy they last held in 1998.
"The disappointment is still there," Deschamps told TF1. "We still have a sense of frustration. We could have done some things better.
"The players showed a lot quality on the pitch and a collective desire to do things together. It was a great pleasure to be there with them and take them to the quarter-finals."
France will host the European Championship in 2016.
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