Jun 15, 2014 at 8pm UK
Benzema (45' pen., 72'), Valladares (48' og.)
Evra (8'), Pogba (28'), Cabaye (45')
FT(HT: 1-0)

Palacios (28'), Garcia (53'), Garrido (83')
Palacios (43')

Luis Fernando Suarez: 'France were superior'

Suarez: 'France were superior'
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Honduras manager Luis Fernando Suarez admits that his side were well beaten by France in their opening World Cup match.

Honduras manager Luis Fernando Suarez has admitted that his side were well beaten by France in their opening World Cup match.

The Central Americans suffered a 3-0 defeat against the French and finished the match with 10 men following Wilson Palacios's red card.

"For 90 minutes, France played better than us. They were superior, I have no excuses," Football Italia quotes him as saying.

"There are some things I need to do in order to improve the way the team functions. It's also hard to keep up when you're a man down.

"In a competition like this, you can lose and still learn a great deal for the future."

Honduras take on Ecuador in their second Group E match on Friday.

France's forward Karim Benzema celebrates after scoring his teams third goal with midfielder Mathieu Valbuena, during a Group E football match between France and Honduras at the Beira-Rio Stadium in Porto Alegre during the 2014 FIFA World Cup on June 15,
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