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Paul Pogba has warned his France teammates they cannot afford to let complacency creep in if they are to reign supreme at Euro 2020.
The Les Bleus are the favourites to win the tournament, two years on from their World Cup win in Russia, and have a squad packed full of top class names.
With the likes of Kylian Mbappe, Karim Benzema and Antoine Griezmann leading their attack, it's hard to look past Didier Deschamps' side as to who will emerge as champions.
Even Pogba has labelled them a "Playstation team" such is their quality, but has admitted there are pitfalls to having such a strong lineup.
Karim Benzema's (L) inclusion in the squad has added to France's star quality
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Speaking to TF1 , he said: “You can’t see yourself as being too beautiful. You shouldn’t see yourself as beautiful at all. I don’t want to get carried away too much because we’ve already been built up enough, I think.
“Of course it’s scary for other teams, but it can also be scary for us too. It can put pressure on us because of the team we have, that we feel that we’re guaranteed to win or even to always score three goals.
“People are going to expect all of this. But that’s not football. It’s the ego that kills you.
“In this squad, there is none. There is not one person above another."
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France will need to be on their game from the first whistle after being pitted in the 'Group of Death'.
They are joined in Group F by Germany, Portugal and Hungary and kick off their tournament against the former on June 15.
Before then they have just one more warm-up clash, against Bulgaria on Tuesday evening, having beaten Wales 3-0 last week.
Pogba is clearly concerned about France not making the most of their potential, as this is not the first time he has commented on it.
Pogba holds off teammate Corentin Tolisso during training
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He told EuroSport previously: “We have a PlayStation team but it will remain a PlayStation team if we don't win a trophy.
“Being world champions and having a team like that, we will be expected to do even more.
“We must remain humble. I want to give this message: it's not a foregone conclusion. We hear a lot of talk but we keep our feet on the ground.”
Jose Mourinho has heaped further pressure on France by stating their tournament will be deemed a failure if they do not come away with the trophy – a fact Deschamps conceded.
Deschamps said: "José … I thought the same thing about his Tottenham team, it did not go as planned (laughs).
“Automatically, with the status of world champions, we are favourites, with three more years of experience. I have a very important offensive potential. But it's not just that.
"You talk about balance but I don't disconnect them from our midfield too. We will do everything to have the ball as much as possible but there will be times when we will not have the ball.
"It is not a pressure, it is a reality, we will not run away from the debate: France is one of the favourites for this Euro."
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