Deschamps Confident With France Strength After Jamaica Rout

Slightly feeling down with the recent injury to Franck Ribery, France national side regained their beliefs ahead of the World Cup 2014 campaign after their weekend demolition of Jamaica.

Winning with a comprehensive 8-0 scoreline over the Concacaf outfit is surely not an easy thing to do, that’s why although their opponent are far from being considered as a world class side, Didier Deschamps was very pleased with what his players accomplished.

Deschamps hope that the convincing victory can further boost his players morale ahead of their World Cup campaign, especially regaining that beliefs in competing with other top teams despite not having Ribery on the team.

However, the tactician also warned his players that they must not get over confident as it can cause them problems especially in a major competition such as World Cup.

In all, France are now set to face their journey in Brazil with a positive mood as they’re keen on giving their best, even without the presence of their influential star.