Didier Deschamps: 'Paul Pogba has to raise his game for France'

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France coach Didier Deschamps has said Paul Pogba "has to raise his level of play" after the Manchester United midfielder was jeered by fans during Friday's friendly win over Italy.

When he was replaced in the 87 minute by Arsenal target Steven N'Zonzi, the substitution was met with ironic cheers. "It's not just for him, at one point we kept the ball and they whistled too", he told TF1.

"The public also prefers to score five, six goals but it's high level, there is a team in front of us".

"He had a good game, but I know people always expect him to do something extraordinary, but with Pogba whatever he does, they'll always say he has to do more".

The United star now has only one chance to prove his worth to Deschamps before the World Cup kicks off, when France take on the U.S. on Saturday.

"Antonio Conte was right not to call me up during Euro 2016 because physically I was not in good shape".

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France will finish their preparations for the World Cup with a friendly against the United States in Lyon on June 9.

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