Tomorrow night, France and Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud will try to score his first World Cup‘s goal and help the Blues to reach the final.
However, Giroud himself knows it won’t be easy as the Belgium goalkeeper is his club’s team-mate Thibaut Courtois: “Thibaut has an impressive wingspan. It’s hard to beat him on the sides. He can stop balls in any area. Giroud told beIn Sports. “I have scored a few goals against him in training with Chelsea and I hope I can do it on Tuesday”.
Then Giroud went on comparing Courtois with France and Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris: “They’re both great keepers”. the striker explained. “And they both deserve to be elected as best keeper of the tournament, even if I have a preference for Hugo. The best is Hugo. Sorry Thibaut”.