Roy Keane has branded Portugal star Joao Felix an "imposter" following their 1-0 defeat against Belgium.
The European champions were dumped out of Euro 2020 on Sunday night, coming up short in their last-16 showdown with Belgium.
Thorgan Hazard's goal three minutes before half-time proved the difference in Seville, with Cristiano Ronaldo and co failing to find the equaliser after the interval.
Felix was unable to inspire Portugal to an equaliser when he entered the fray with 35 minutes to go – and after the game Keane hit out at the Atletico Madrid forward for his sluggish display on the night.
"Joao Felix when he came on, what did he do? The guy is an imposter," he said on ITV Sport.
"What is he worth £100m? You have got to hit the target and if I was Ronaldo I would be going after him in the dressing room."
Portugal have failed to retain their title after romping home to success at Euro 2016.
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But manager Fernando Santos believes the result against Belgium was not a fair one, insisting they should have won on the night.
“It’s an unfair result,” he said.
“They had six shots, one on target. We had 29 [sic] and couldn’t score even once. The ball wouldn’t go in. Some of my boys are crying in the changing room.”
Ronaldo couldn't manage to bring Portugal level and set up a quarter-final clash with Italy next week.
When asked about the Juventus superstar's performance, Santos said: “Ronaldo scored five goals in the tournament, OK he didn’t score today but he was a true captain in every sense of the word. He tried to turn the game around. There’s no issue with Ronaldo.”
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Martinez, meanwhile, hailed his side's performance and said: “We showed incredible concentration and defended really well.
"We controlled the game and defended well when we had to. We scored a very good goal and then in the second half, as you would expect, the momentum went to Portugal more."
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