Losing their key player, Franck Ribery ahead of the World Cup 2014 campaign, France showed that they remain a threat after demolishing Jamaica this past weekend at Stade Pierre-Mauroy stadium.
Les Blues players were keen on proving that they can compete even without Ribery on the squad and Didier Deschamps' men did sent a stern message in that friendly game.
France got themselves in front after 17 minutes through Yohan Cabaye, before Blaise Matuide along with Karim Benzema scoring the second and third to give them a 3-0 lead going into half time break.
In the second period, Les Blues kept on pouring forward as even manage to add five goals during that second period.
After Olivier Giroud made it 4-0, Benzema completed his brace on that game by scoring his second on 63 minutes.
Matuidi also showed his prowess as a midfielder by netting his brace on 66 minutes, before Antoine Griezmann finishing things off with his two goals on 77 and 89 minutes.