Itaipava Arena Fonte Nova, Salvador- 20 June, 2014 - 20.00 UK KO
However, it was France that looked sharper up front as they manage to get themselves ahead after 17 minutes from Olivier Giroud.
Within just a minute later, Les Blues doubled their advantage from Blaise Matuidi's fine finish, before they sealed the first half with a third goal scored by Mathieu Valbuena five minutes from time.
France should probably took a 4-0 lead going into half time break, but Karim Benzema failed to convert his spot kick.
The Real Madrid man paid back his miss though as on 67 minutes he made it 5-0 for France as Moussa Sissoko wrapped up Les Blues victory with a fifth goal.
Swiss still putting up brace effort though as they manage to pull two goals back through Blerim Dzemaili on 81 minutes and Granit Xhaka 87.
Switzerland 2-5 France (Group E)
17' 0-1 Olivier Giroud // 18' 0-2 Blaise Matuidi // 40' 0-3 Mathieu Valbuena // 67' 0-4 Karim Benzema // 73' 0-5 Moussa Sissoko // 81' Blerim Dzemaili 1-5 // 87' Granit Xhaka 2-5
Switzerland starting lineup vs France WC 2014:- Benaglio, Djorou, Lichtsteiner, Von Bergen, Rodriguez, Behrami, Inler, Shaqiri, Xhaka, Mehmedi, Seferovic
France starting XI vs Schweizer Nati 2014:- Lloris, Debuchy, Evra, Sakho, Varane, Matuidi, Valbuena, Cabaye, Sissoko, Benzema, Giroud