Lloris said the French players have been touched by the support in England.
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The decision to play the highly emotional game was taken Saturday morning by French federation President Noel Le Graet and Deschamps.Les Bleus were playing Germany at the Stade de France Friday when three explosions were heard outside the stadium as suicide bombers blew themselves up, killing one.In central Paris, gunmen attacked bars, restaurants and a concert hall killing an additional 128 in the worst atrocity in France since World War II.Before the news conference, British reporters laid flowers with a note saying "Vive la France," one of many signs of solidarity that have been made all over the world.Wembley fans have been urged to sing the French national anthem, with a few British newspapers printing the lyrics of the French national anthem, La Marseillaise.
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