Benzema: France play without emotion

The 26-year-old is delighted with the team spirit les Bleus have been showing in their group campaign so far, having claimed six points from their opening two games
Karim Benzema believes that France's fine form at the current World Cup is down to an absence of emotion in the way they play.
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Didier Deschamps' side have won both of their games in Brazil thus far, including a 5-2 demolition of Switzerland on Friday in which the 26-year-old scored one and had one disallowed.

The Real Madrid star feels that all of his team-mates are clicking well and their togetherness has been key to their positive results.

"I think we all had a good game," he told beIN Sport.

"We are all doing well. We continued what we did against Honduras. We played as a team, we play together and there are no emotions.

"It's good to have a team like that. Personally, I'm doing well. I'm profiting a lot. That two goals I've had disallowed now, but it doesn't matter."

France can wrap up Group E with a perfect record of three wins if they can overcome Ecuador on Wednesday June 25.