France striker Loic Remy has confessed to being disappointed following les Bleus’ 1-0 Euro 2012 qualifying defeat against Belarus, admitting his frustration that the Eastern Europeans managed to snatch three points despite having very little pressure.
A goal less than five minutes from time from Syarhey Kislyak gave the battling guests three points that did not represent the flow of the game, according to the Olympique de Marseille striker.
“They made the perfect hold-up by creating few opportunities and scoring a goal,” Football365 quotes the former Nice player as having said on Friday night. “It sufficed for them.
“We know that there is still a lot of work, but it's still annoying to have lost. On paper we were heavily favoured but nothing is certain. We have been caught in a trap.
“We still have a lot of games; there is time to garner points.”
Remy endured a difficult evening, having been forced to come off in the first half with a groin problem. “I hope this is not serious and that I can play on Tuesday against Bosnia,” he said.
Additionally, the 23-year-old indicated that there was a “positive” mood in the French locker room, despite the loss.