France have confirmed that Karim Benzema will miss their friendly in Denmark on Sunday after injuring himself while scoring his second goal in their win over Armenia.
Benzema, 27, got on the scoresheet for his country for the first time since October 2014 when he powered home a header late on in France's 4-0 win in Nice on Thursday.
The Real Madrid striker added another goal just a minute later, having earlier helped the home team break the deadlock in the first half by teeing up Antoine Griezmann.
French Football Federation (FFF) president Noel Le Graet has reaffirmed his backing for suspended UEFA chief Michel Platini by insisting he is still the "right man" for the job.
On Thursday, Platini was provisionally suspended by FIFA's Ethics Committee along with FIFA president Sepp Blatter in the wake of a Swiss criminal investigation.
The 90-day suspensions for the pair were imposed after the Swiss authorities started investigating a payment from world football's governing body to Platini in 2011...
Karim Benzema struck twice late on as hosts France continued their preparations for Euro 2016 with a comfortable 4-0 friendly win over Armenia in Nice.
Real Madrid forward Benzema wrapped up the game after earlier goals from Antoine Griezmann and Yohan Cabaye at the Allianz Riviera.
Armenia, who have failed to qualify for next summer's tournament, had some bright moments as they resisted the French for 35 minutes, but the hosts took firm control after Griezmann's powerful effort.
Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba has been ruled out of France's two upcoming international friendlies with an ankle injury.
Pogba sprained his right ankle in training on Wednesday and Les Bleus coach Didier Deschamps subsequently allowed him to return to Juve after a scan confirmed the injury on Thursday.
"Paul Pogba, who had to leave the training session prematurely on Wednesday, underwent an MRI that showed a sprained ankle," the FFF said in a statement. "Given that he cannot play both games, [coach]...