It was a bad tournament for all-White teams, and pretty bad regarding the level and aesthetics of the game, however it was not a bad tournament for White players. In other words, I would go a bit beyond the simplified "non-White teams regularly beat White teams and this is making us ridiculous" logic. The reason behind it is that the "non-White" teams also have the best White players, and - very frequently - a skeleton of White players. Take France for example - their skeleton is Lloris, Koscielny, Payet, Giroud, Griezman. The others are pretty interchangeable. Of these only Payet is non-White. The Portugal-France game was largely presented (by unfriendly media!) as the duel between Ronaldo and Griezman, not as a duel between Nani and Pogba. In addition there are a number of highly propagandized super-expensive Black players who flopped pretty miserably (Pogba, Alaba, Martial, the whole coterie of Belgian Negroes etc.), and very few who actually emerged positively (Sanchez, maybe Coman). On the other side the stars of the tournament were almost all Whites players - Griezman, Bale, Ronaldo, even Perisic etc. Same thing with the team competitions. Someone mentioned Real Madrid "darkening", but the stars even there are still White - Ronaldo, Modric, Bale, Ramos, Kroos (btw. facing an all-White Atletico in the final)... Same with Bayern where the key players are Neuer, Lahm, Lewandowsky, Muller... I wouldn't put the EPL teams in the same category as the big Spanish, German, even Italian teams. The English (not only the owners/coaches/pundits, but apparently even the fans) simply love their big, "pacy", physical Black players and are willing to pay enormous amounts of money for these types of players. This is distorting the whole transfer-market. However their performance in the European leagues (not to mention the National Team) lately has been modest at best, even with all their money (bear in mind that if we include the new SkyTV contract for TV rights, the EPL will earn close to 8B Euros a Year, almost 4 times more than the second-richest league, the Spanish Liga). Bottom line, the "non-White" teams win not because of non-Whites, but despite them, because they also typically field the best White players.