Belgium coach Roberto Martinez has taken a swipe at Chelsea midfielder Charly Musonda.

Musonda told the Belgian FA he didn’t fancy being involved with the U21’s Euro 2019 qualifying clash with Turkey.

The game eventually finished 0-0.

Speaking to DH, former Everton boss Martinez appeared to criticise Musonda’s decision although didn’t mention him directly.

He said: “Johan (Walem) has one of the most complicated jobs in football: to manage to involve U21s who are very talented and who, sometimes, feel that going there is not rewarding. That’s the truth.

“They are players that are important in their club, and who’s next goal is to be part of the national team.

“It’s our role, and I include myself here, to let them know how important it is for these young players to go with the U21s and win games.”