Giroud entered the history of French football

By John Doe
Published in Football News
September 23, 2022
1 min read
Giroud entered the history of French football

In the fifth round of the UEFA Nations League, the French national team hosted the Austrian national team at the “Stade de France” and scored two unanswered goals.

Kylian Mbappé and Olivier Giroud showed themselves with the goals scored in this match. The striker of Paris Saint-Germain opened the scoring in the 56th minute. And the forward of Milan recorded the final result on the scoreboard in the 65th minute.

Olivier Giroud recorded a historic result by scoring a goal against the Austrians. Giroud became the oldest player in the history of the French national team, who managed to score a goal. At the time of the goal, Giroud was 35 years and 357 days old, breaking the record of Roger Marche (35 years and 287 days. Goal against Spain in December 1959).

Olivier has already scored 49 goals for the national team and is two goals behind the all-time best scorer of the French national team, Thierry Henry (51 goals).


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