'We are asking Federation Internationale de Football Association to review these two decisions in order to set a precedent for a clean game where fair, legal play prevails and is a guarantee for both teams'. "We can always play better". The 1998 champions will next face either Brazil or Belgium on Tuesday in St. Petersburg.
There was little to glean from Uruguay's group win over Saudi Arabia but their 1-0 beating of Egypt and the 3-0 thumping of Russian Federation, where Diego Godin and Edinson Cavani - one of the finds of the tournament - showed just what they are capable of.
Indeed, this year's edition of the FIFA World Cup in Russian Federation has been full of surprises.
"They were probably the dirtiest team I've ever come up against. surrounding the referee, pushing the referee, the headbutt that you've all seen, scuffing the penalty spot and a lot of off-the-ball things you haven't heard about".
Instead, the former Arsenal frontman - who moved to Stamford Bridge for about £18m in January - is preferred for his link play with Antoine Griezmann and Kylian Mbappe, who have made most of the headlines with their goals in Russian Federation.
"Of course the loss hurts, but we do not have the right to be dramatic".
"I wanted to reject the ball but it hit just my left hand and beat it", Mulera said.
The France striker scored the second goal in his team's 2-0 quarter-final victory over Uruguay on Friday, sending a seemingly easy-to-save shot at a waiting Fernando Muslera.
Deschamps said he will prepare his team bearing in mind that injured forward Edinson Cavani could start. "That will hurt them the most".
"We are strong in our beliefs and have been from the outset". O'Neill addeed: "I think Brazil will win it".
"Some things I hadn't even seen, the incident with Raheem and one of their staff - I've never seen a game like this before and how they behaved", he said. "For the first time I feel we meet a country who's more or less on a par with us in that respect", he said.