Paul Pogba and Antoine Griezmann have been slammed by France legend Christophe Dugarry for their part in a TV documentary.
The pair were involved in a documentary with Canal+ and World Cup winner – Dugarry has criticised the act according to Manchester Evening news.
“They are not serious,” Dugarry who was part of the France 98′ World Cup all conquering squad told French radio station, RMC.
“Pogba and Griezmann are leaders. They are considered big players and they are held up as an example. And yet, when you lose, you sign a contract with Canal to sell these stupidities.”
Pogba and Griezmann were involved in the show shortly after France squandered a two-goal advantage to loose 3-2 to Columbia, and Dugarry has not taken it lightly with Pogba especially, who has struggled lately at United.
“You are not starting for Manchester United, you just lost a game with the France national team. You send out this program that doesn’t make sense. You have just lost. That tells us that you’re not concentrating,” Dugarry added.
“Things aren’t going well for you and you make us your Pogseries. What kind of madness is that?
“You just lost 2-3 against the Colombians and you were missing for an hour. You have a whole country behind you, a country that wants to do well at the World Cup, and you make these stupid things for us.”
“You are Pogba, you are Griezmann, third in the last Ballon d’Or. You are an important person on this team. The others are proud to play with these players, but Pogba and Griezmann don’t know it.”