BBC Sport - World Cup 2014: France score twice in 66 seconds against Switzerland
France score twice in 66 seconds
- From the section 2014 Fifa World Cup
France's Olivier Giroud and Blaise Matuidi score in 66 seconds in the first half against Switzerland in Salvador.
The Swiss had conceded just two goals in their last eight internationals but they had no answer to a rampant French attack.
Didier Deschamps' side went on to win 5-2 to put them firmly in charge of Group E.