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Topic - Florent Malouda
France draws 1-1 with England in a match between the two heavyweights of Group D at the European Championship. Sweden plays co-host Ukraine next.
France's recovery from a humiliating World Cup finally began with a first win in European Championship qualifying on Tuesday night, while Germany and the Netherlands earned their second straight victories.
"It's a team which is improving and which is very motivated to get a good result against us," France winger Florent Malouda said, "because that would give them a bit more value and recognition on the international stage."
"We're aware of our ability now," Malouda said. "If only we could show it straight from kick off."