Manchester United legend Gary Neville says the Premier League is in crisis after Chelsea's Champions League demise last night.
Neville insists English clubs are being outclassed in Europe.
He told the Sky Sports Champions League Podcast: "It's a shocker for English football, for the Premier League. I have to say our best-equipped team has gone out to not a particularly special team, but PSG deserved it.
"English football has had moments to reflect in the last two few years. Chelsea are obviously nowhere near as good as we thought they could be.
"We are miles away. It's in the defending aspect, and the urgency to defend. There are aspects of possession we could improve on, but we are nowhere near good enough defensively.
"We are not preparing our teams, and they are not preparing each other for the big matches in the Champions League, where other teams have more energy, more urgency and better appetite.
"It's incredible. We're going to have to have a good long look at ourselves.
"And I have to say we're getting embarrassed year in, year out at the moment. It is shocking, really shocking, and until we get an intensity in our game that befits top-level football, it is not going to happen. We are way off, absolutely way off."