France boss Didier Deschamps has no plans to drop Hugo Lloris following the goalkeeper error in the 1-1 draw against the United States.
The Tottenham Hotspur captain gifted the visitors a shock first-half lead at the Groupama Stadium on Saturday evening, failing to keep out Julian Green's shot.
"Everyone will have their own analysis of Hugo's season," he told reporters. "Yes, he made three errors with Tottenham that cost goals - but he played 60 games, he also earned points for Tottenham, as he made points for the team of France.
"Tonight, obviously he knows it, he can do better on the goal that we conceded, even if there is an error of Djibril Sidibe before. But I'm not here to question everything. He has a long, painful season, he's going to get on with it too."
Deschamps also expects Olivier Giroud to feature in France's opening World Cup fixture, despite suffering a head injury with Matt Miazga which required a number of stitches.
"Olivier Giroud has a beautiful cut of six centimetres. But he will be able to face Australia," he told reporters.