Lemar – who started the game after his name had been heavily involved in transfer speculation during the day, with both Arsenal and Liverpool linked with a move – was one of several home players to dazzle the crowd.
His appearance on the team sheet effectively ended talk about his future and he looked unperturbed as he helped France seize control right from the kick-off.
The hosts had already gone close through Olivier Giroud before Griezmann broke the deadlock.
Having worked a one-two with Giroud to get in behind the Dutch defence, the Atletico Madrid striker cleverly opened up his body as he ran clear, allowing him to pass the ball with his favoured left foot through Cillessen.
The goalscorer picked up a booking soon after for a crude lunge on Quincy Promes near the touchline, although the French had few alarms at the back.
As if d!ck Advocaat’s side didn’t have enough trouble with 11 against 11, their hopes of getting back in the game were dealt a severe blow when Strootman was dismissed, picking up two bookings in the space of six second-half minutes for late tackles.
Stefan de Vrij stopped N’Golo Kante from converting Kingsley Coman’s low cross with a crucial block before Robin van Persie was summoned from the bench to make his first international appearance since October 2015.
However, not even the introduction of their leading scorer could inspire the Netherlands.
While Cillessen denied Paul Pogba from close range, there was little the goalkeeper could do to stop Lemar’s sweetly-struck effort from outside the area finding the net.
The same player tapped home a third before substitute Mbappe rammed home a low shot from a tight angle just 15 minutes after replacing Giroud
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