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.
It had Twitter wondering: Are the French players incredibly strong or are the shirts made of paper?
-- D (@dennisbackman13) June 19, 2016
WTF is up with the Swiss jerseys? I have never seen so many torn strips? #FRASUI
-- Steve Kay (@yakevets) June 19, 2016
-- VerbalVolleys (@Verbalvolleys_) June 19, 2016
Wanna buy a Swiss shirt? Slightly ripped after running into a ball of wool. #FRASUI
-- Neymair (@RafaelMac7) June 19, 2016
Either the French players have superhuman strength or puma make their kits out of paper. #FRASUI
-- Scott Campbell (@scambo_uk) June 19, 2016
That's the third ripped Swiss shirt....its like watching male strippers with a football #FRASUI
-- Post Modern (@declanpmdoyle) June 19, 2016
What is stronger... Bounty kitchen towel or the Swiss team's shirts?! #FRASUI
-- Hannah Snowball (@Hannah_Snowball) June 19, 2016
Guys... if you want our jersey... wait the end of the game #FRASUI
-- Michael Boulianne (@MichaBoulianne) June 19, 2016
And it's not just the shirts - the ball popped at one point.
-- BetBright (@BetBright) June 19, 2016
Not even on a frozen, wet, muddy Sunday morning in Stratton have I seen a ball pop
-- Ben (@_BCSR_) June 19, 2016
On top of that, the pitch didn't seem to be in good shape either, with players slipping and sliding everywhere.
This pitch is disgusting! How can you expect world class plays when the pitch doesn't allow it?!? #FRASUI
-- Monet Oleta (@MonetOleta) June 19, 2016
-- Rory Hollings (@roryhollings) June 19, 2016
-- Marcus Goddard (@MarcusGoddard) June 19, 2016
In other amusing moments, Paul Pogba climbed over Breel Embolo and ended up in this position.
France and Switzerland have finished first and second in Group A.