Had little to do for much of the fixture. When called upon, the Tottenham shot-stopper exuded confidence, and looked comfortable in his play.
Evra looked a little jittery in the opening stages, but fared well defensively, keeping Honduras at arm's length.
The Champions League winner was preferred to Koscielny tonight, and he showed why he is highly-rated, with a good performance, and a couple of key interceptions.
Sakho's two goals against Ukraine is the reason why France are in Brazil, and the Liverpool centre-back performed his duties well for the duration of the game.
Upstaged somewhat on the right-flank, but Debuchy was largely comfortable, getting up forward to supplement the attack.Always on the move, giving France another dimension.
The dynamic PSG midfielder played an important role for his side, stretching the play, and utilising pockets of space for the forwards to work with. Impressive in the final third, and tested Valladares with a teasing effort. Should've done better with his finishing.
Was a thorn in the side of the opposition with his crisp passing and good movement. Played the pass that led to the penalty, and was generally in good form before he was substituted.
The hot-headed Juventus midfielder was lucky not to have seen red after a tangle with Wilson Palacios, in an incident which marred what otherwise was a good performance. Substituted in the seond half.
Valbuena was electric in the first half, with his pace and trickery causing distinct havoc for the opposition. Rallied from brutal attention from the opposition to make a starring impact for France tonight.
Griezmann stepped up to the mettle with great attacking play. Worked in sync with his attacking partners, and was generally a threat throughout the game.
Starred in his World Cup debut, bagging two goals - and a conscientious third, which was only decided by goal-line technology. Looked sharp, and central to his nation's World Cup hopes.
Struggled between the sticks against an incisive French forward line. Credited with an own goal that he failed to prevent.
The better of the Honduran defenders tonight, working hard to limit the chances of the opposition, but he was bested tonight.
Another defender who preferred physicality over tactics tonight. Kicked out at Valbuena, and struggled with the pace and tenacity of the French.
Fared well in a cagey first half, but saw his evening curtailed with injury at half-time.
The Celtic full-back played his part with a number of ferocious tackling , and - at times unnecessary fouls. Didn't attack, and was largely in and out of the game.
Najar was another who flickered ever so briefly, as Honduras were forced to limit France, rather than attack them after half-time.Substituted in the second period.
Garrido struggled to assert himself in the midfield after the red card, as France utilised the space left by the departed Palacios. Booked unnecessarily in the second half.
The Wigan midfielder failed to make any lasting impact this evening, with his side down to ten men - turned to damage limitation, ending any hopes of showing creativity.
One of the most experienced players in his side, but he didn't show it tonight. Sent off with two petulant fouls on Paul Pogba, and generally left his team in a mess.
Bengtson, Honduras' key striker, was substituted after half-time as Luis Suarez sacrificed his star man. Was largely intermittent in the first half.
Failed to deliver tonight, and left isolated up front for the majority of the game as France began to turn on the style in the second half.