11 minutes - Samir Nasri has the first attempt on goal but his low effort is a yard off target.
15 - The first clear-cut chance falls to James Milner but he shoots into the side-netting after knocking the ball wide of Hugo Lloris.
22 - Danny Welbeck needs treatment after landing awkwardly on his ankle after an aerial challenge with Adil Rami but is able to continue.
30 - GOAL - Joleon Lescott heads England in front with his first goal for his country from a pinpoint free-kick by skipper Steven Gerrard.
34 - Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain becomes the first player to be booked for a late touchline challenge on Mathieu Debuchy.
35 - Joe Hart makes a fine save to keep out Alou Diarra's header from a Nasri free-kick.
39 - GOAL - Nasri brings France level with a low shot which squeezes past Hart at his right-hand post after he was teed up by Franck Ribery.
47 - Hart has to react quickly after a short back pass from Milner almost plays in Nasri.
52 - Debuchy makes a strong challenge on Gerrard on the edge of the box after a one-two with Welbeck but it is adjudged to be fair.
62 - France coach Laurent Blanc protests after Ribery goes down after being caught on the ankle by Milner but he continues without treatment.
64 - Goalmouth action is sparse but Hart clings onto a shot on the turn from Karim Benzema.
70 - Ashley Young is yellow-carded for a late challenge on Benzema.
77 - England manager Roy Hodgson made a double change with Oxlade-Chamberlain and Scott Parker making way for Jermain Defoe and Jordan Henderson.
80 - Welbeck does well to block a goalbound shot from Yohan Cabaye.
84 - France replace Cabaye and Malouda with Hatem Ben Arfa and Marvin Martin.
90 - Theo Walcott comes on for Welbeck.
92 - Hart goes down low to ensure Benzema does not grab a last-gasp winner.
Joleon Lescott had put them in front after half an hour. They could only hold the lead for nine minutes though as Samir Nasri struck from the edge of the area and England never really looked like restoring their advantage, instead relying on the obdurate defensive traits that have been so evident in Roy Hodgson's previous two friendlies in charge.