Switzerland's shirts were ripped to shreds against France (and the ball popped)

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France couldn't really deny pulling Swiss players' shirts during their Group A clash that ended in a goalless draw.

Three Switzerland players ended up with large holes in their new red shirts in the first half - Admir Mehmedi, Blerim Dzemaili and Granit Xhaka.

Which seemed like an unusual ratio of players for 45 minutes of football.

Switzerland's Admir Mehmedi shows his ripped shirt to referee Damir Skomina
(Mike Egerton/EMPICS Sport)

Switzerland's Blerim Dzemaili with a ripped shirt
(Mike Egerton/EMPICS Sport)

It had Twitter wondering: Are the French players incredibly strong or are the shirts made of paper?

And it's not just the shirts - the ball popped at one point.

On top of that, the pitch didn't seem to be in good shape either, with players slipping and sliding everywhere.

France's Antoine Griezmann, left, and Switzerland's Valon Behrami vie for the ball during the Euro 2016 Group A soccer match between Switzerland and France
(Frank Augstein/AP)

In other amusing moments, Paul Pogba climbed over Breel Embolo and ended up in this position.

France's Paul Pogba goes head first over Switzerland's Breel Embolo as they battle for the ball
(Mike Egerton/Thibault Camus/AP/EMPICS Sport)

France and Switzerland have finished first and second in Group A.