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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.