France return to action against an attacking side Mexico in the second round of the group stages.
Their first game was very blunt in midfield and attack and lacked real substance going forward as they always seemed to run into a brick wall as then opponents Uruguay defended spectacularly.
With Uruguay already thrashing South Africa to take the lead in Group A, the winner of this game could join them with four points and a step closer to a second round berth.
France have the talent and experience to go the distance and need to clear their heads if they want to repeat their World Cup Final run that happened in 2006. Then they had Zinedine Zidane, now they still have Ribery, Henry, and newcomer Gourcuff.
Let's hope Domenech is taking notes.
Its a 4-3-3 formation with wingers who play as inside forwards, cutting in to shoot as well as crossing into the box.
It also features two central midfielders and one defensive midfielder.