France progressed to the quarter-finals of the 2014 World Cup following a late victory over Nigeria at the Estádio Nacional in Brasília.
Paul Pogba broke the deadlock in the 79th minute of the game before an injury time own goal from Joseph Yobo sealed the game for France.
The match started with Nigeria surprisingly dominating possession and France looked to hit them on the break.
Nigeria found the nets in the 19th minute when Emmanuel Emenike tapped in a low cross from Ahmed Musa. But the goal was ruled out as the linesman had raised his flag for offside.
Moments later, France created their first real chance when a good exchange of passes between Paul Pogba and Mathieu Valbuena resulted in the latter whipping in a cross to the former. Pogba sent a stinging volley towards goals but Vincent Enyeama managed to keep his effort out.
At the hour mark, Peter Odemwingie, after working his way into the box, tested Hugo Lloris with a vicious effort. However, the France goalkeeper came on top as he managed to save the Nigerian midfielder's effort.
Finally, the French side started putting a lot of pressure on the Nigerian in the closing stages of the game.
While Karim Benzema's effort in the 70th minute was cleared off the line by Victor Moses, Yohan Cabaye came even closer when his shot hit the underside of the crossbar.
Their efforts soon bore fruit as Paul Pogba finally broke the deadlock in the 79th minute. Benzema's headed effort from a corner was parried away by Vincent Enyeama, but the Nigerian goalkeeper was helpless as Pogba nodded the ball home from the rebound.
With only a few minutes of added time remaining in the match, France doubled their lead through an own goal by Joseph Yobo.
A short corner was quickly played to Valbuena, who sent in a low cross torwards the centre of the box. Although his cross missed Griezmann, the ball rolled into the nets after hitting Yobo.