France boss Didier Deschamps was pleased with Les Bleus' continued result-getting despite hoping for better in the first half against Armenia; OM striker André-Pierre Gignac was modest despite having a hand in all three goals.
France coach Didier Deschamps was impressed with his side's continued good form - especially in attack - as they won out 2-1 over Portugal, whose Monaco stopper Ricardo Carvalho had praise for France forward Karim Benzema.
Still suffering from a heel complaint, Paris Saint-Germain superstar Zlatan Ibrahimovic will not figure in Sweden's clashes during the international break ad remains in doubt for PSG's Week 10 clash with Lens at he Stade de France.
France claimed their seventh win of 2014 as goals from Karim Benzema (3') and Paul Pogba (69') secured a 2-0 win over Portugal at the Stade de France, Ricardo Quaresma pulling one back from the spot (78', pen.) for the visitors.
In-form Marseille striker André-Pierre Gignac is determined to prove himself in Les Bleus' squad for the upcoming friendlies against Portugal and Armenia, hoping to harness the best form of his career on the international stage.