Olivier Giroud has become the third highest goalscorer in the history of French football after netting against Iceland on Monday night.
The Chelsea forward has put Les Bleus 2-0 up on the night, in a Euro 2020 qualifier which has so far been comfortable for Didier Deschamps’ side.
Giroud found the net with a trademark close-range finish from a pinpoint Benjamin Pavard cross in the 68th minute, which has seen him enter the record books for his country.
The 32-year-old striker now has 35 international goals to his name, which is six behind David Trezeguet (41) and sixteen behind France’s all-time record goalscorer Thierry Henry (51).
Check out Giroud’s latest strike for his country below, via Twitter.
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