France defender Laurent Koscielny played down the post-match flare-up in the French changing room that transpired following Les Bleus' dismal performance in their 2-0 loss to Sweden, insisting that the incident was a thing of the past.
"We said things to each other in the changing room, but what's said is said and we'll keep it in the group," he said.
"It was a complicated match, but the most important thing was qualification (for the quarter-finals). We would have preferred to qualify with a win, but these things happen.
"We have to turn the page. I think everyone's moved on now and we have to remain united, as we have been since the start of the training camp."
French defender Laurent Koscielny speaks during a press conference in Donetsk on June 20, 2012, during the Euro 2012 football championships. AFP PHOTO / FRANCK FIFE