Didier Deschamps stressed France will have to learn to deal with opponents who shut up shop in the wake of their hard-fought 2-1 World Cup qualification win over Sweden.
The Euro 2016 runners-up struggled to create chances against a defensive Sweden side and a shock appeared to be on the cards when Emil Forsberg gave the visitors a lead early in the second half.
France showed character, though, with goals from Paul Pogba and Dimitri Payet eventually seeing them emerge victorious, much to the delight of Deschamps.
The France head coach said: "There are a lot of teams that will defend against us - we already saw that against Netherlands. It shows that our opponents fear us and we have to find solutions for that."
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