With the international break over, let's take a look at how the Lyon players got on...
Lloris played all 90 minutes against Belgium and was once again, wearing the captain's armband. It was his 30th international cap. Réveillère also played for 90 minutes in his 16th appearance for Les Bleus. Finally, Gonalons came on in the 42nd minute to replace M’Vila. The 860th player to represent France earned his second cap for his country. In a disappointing display, the three OL players were rare satisfactions.
Kim Källström started at Wembley Stadium against England. The Sweden No.9 played 70 minutes and earned an 88th cap in the 1-0 loss.
B. Koné's side drew 1-1 with Guinea.
Both France and Sweden have qualified for Euro 2012. As has Lovren's Croatia (Lovren out with a knee injury). As for Burkina Faso, they are qualified for the Africa Cup of Nations to be played from 21 January to 12 February 2012, along with Mali (S. Koné) and Senegal (Gassama).