"We've drawn the line and Mbappe was offside. The referee has said that Eric Garcia went to play the ball and that annulled the offside. But it doesn't make sense. He didn't want to play the ball, he's tried to cut the ball out like any defender," he told 'RTVE'.
The midfielder said that Spain deserved "not to lose" and lamented that France scored in a couple of moves which were "a carbon copy of each other." He insisted once again that, for him and his teammates," it seemed offside on the field."
"We can't do anything else other than keep on working and congratulate the champions. You have to take a step forward to win titles. We knew about their danger, we've tried to have long possession and in many phases of the game, we've managed it. When we were playing better, they've turned the game around and it's a shame," he said.
"You have to value reaching here, playing in a final of a new tournament, it's difficult. It will helps us to compete, gain experience and in a month's time, we have key World Cup qualifiers;" Busquets concluded.
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