The pair made their way into the record books as Les Bleus secured three vital points in Sarajevo.

French pair Hugo Lloris and Antoine Griezmann have entered the history books for their respective contribution in their side's win over Bosnia and Herzegovina on Wednesday night. The pair starred in Les Bleus' 1-0 win over their hosts as this round of Europe's World Cup qualifiers came to a conclusion. 

It was not an easy test for the current world champions who had to dig deep to eventually assume the drivers' seat in the clash. Following a drab 0-0 draw in the first half, Didier Deschamps' side were put in front via Antoine Griezmann's header in the 60th minute.

With the goal, the Barcelona star became France's fourth all-time leading goalscorer, surpassing David Trezeguet on the leaderboard. His tally now stands at 35 with only Michel Platini (41), Olivier Giroud (44) and Thierry Henry (52) boasting a better record.

For Hugo Lloris, his appearance in the night's win tied him level with Thierry Henry as the second most-capped player in France's history. The goalkeeper who made his debut in 2008 has now amassed 123 appearances and is only behind Lilian Thuram (142) on the chart.