“Yes, of course, it’s an honor to reach this symbolic number, but today it comes second, because we’re at the heart of the World Cup… All the concentration is on [achieving] the maximum result , the training, the performance and playing for the team,” Lloris said.

He added that his team “lacked aggression” in the match with Australia on Saturday, which France won 2-1, and had “issues at set pieces,” something they need to improve if they want to go further in the tournament.

France will next face Peru, who lost their opening World Cup match 1-0 to Denmark.