Footage has emerged of Herve Renard's half-time team talk moments before his Saudi Arabia side secured one of the biggest upsets in World Cup history by defeating Argentina.
Renard's side entered the break having gone behind just ten minutes into the game after Lionel Messi netted his seventh goal in the World Cup finals with an early spot kick.
Although some managers might look to consolidate during the interval, especially when facing such a heavily-favoured side, Renard instead choose to go on the offensive, blasting his players about their performance.
In one particularly fiery moment, the 54-year-old manager asks his players if they just want to 'take a picture with Lionel Messi' and questions whether his team believed they were capable of getting back into the game.
'Messi, he has the ball in the middle of the pitch and you stand [hands up] in front of the defence... you have to go and mark him in the middle,' he said. 'Take your phone, you can make a picture with him!
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