Olivier Giroud scored two goals this weekend versus Luxembourg to move into the top 10 goalscorers all time for the French Football Federation.
France beat Luxembourg 3-1 last night. Giroud netted a brace. pic.twitter.com/vLM4k33dNN— Sam (@samuelJayC) March 26, 2017
Giroud was only brought into the French set up in 2011 following his play at Montpellier, playing 60 times since his first cap. He has scored 12 goals in his last 19 for France. Giroud currently sits three goals behind 9th place. Looking at the top 10, Olivier has a strong chance of breaking into the top five by the end of his career and in this World Cup cycle. Just Fontaine sits in 5th place with 30 goals and Zidane is 4th with 31, both within reach for our Frenchman striker.
Stay classy and sexy, Olivier, and may your domestic and international goals continue to prove the naysayers wrong.