England boss Phil Neville said he was “ashamed” by Cameroon’s behaviour after a World Cup last-16 victory he said “didn’t feel like football.

The Lionesses booked a quarter-final spot against Norway after a 3-0 win.
But the game was marred by Cameroon’s extraordinary reaction to two video assistant referee decisions and several poor challenges on England’s players.

That wasn’t a World Cup last-16 tie in terms of behaviour that I want to see from footballers,” said Neville.
I am completely and utterly ashamed of the opposition.

The former Manchester United defender said ex-Arsenal boss
Wenger had once told him “the team mirror the manager.

Neville added: “If that was my team – and it will never be any of my players – they would never play for England again.

At times, we probably didn’t know whether the game would continue. It didn’t feel like football.

This is going out worldwide. I didn’t enjoy it, the players didn’t enjoy it. My players kept their fantastically, but those images are going out worldwide about how to act, the young girls playing all over the that are seeing that behaviour.
For me, it’s not right.

“My daughter wants to be a footballer and if she watches that she will think: ‘No, I want to play netball.

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