Belgium coach Roberto Martinez has reacted to the semi-final defeat against France in the World Cup on Tuesday evening.
The Red Devils lost the opportunity to play in the final after they were unable to defend a header from a set-piece from Barcelona defender Samuel Umtiti in the second half of the clash.
The game ended 1-0 as Umtiti’s goal was decisive for France to advance to the final of the World Cup.
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Martinez felt the game was very close and it was only decided by a minute detail.
"The match was very close and it was decided on a small detail," explained Martinez in his post-match interview.
"It's terrible for us to lose from a goal at a corner kick.
"The attitude of the players was excellent, and that's what we have to remember, they gave everything until the last second."
for the loser between Croatia and England, in a bid to vie for the third place of the World Cup.