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France vs. Switzerland had 4 ripped jerseys and 0 goals

With no goals to talk about, Puma got ripped to shreds -- much like their kits.

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France and Switzerland played one of the more boring matches in Euro 2016 so far, but what Switzerland lacked in shots on goal, they made up for with ripped jerseys.

The Swiss kit man was more busy than either goalkeeper in Lille, as he had to provide four more jerseys to his players during the match than usual. Three jerseys were ripped in the first half alone, leaving Breel Embolo, Admir Mehmedi and Granit Xhaka to change their jerseys before halftime.

Xhaka probably broke a record for most outfit changes in a 90-minute period, having his jersey ripped again in the second half. He ended the match in his fourth jersey of the night.

Though questions surround both teams as they should have been better in their group finales, a big question surrounds Puma, the manufacturer of Switzerland's jerseys: What are you doing?

The game finished 0-0, with France advancing to the Round of 16 in first place, while Switzerland goes through in second.