Steve Bould stepped up to discuss the lad’s performance against Montpellier which was a dramatic affair in which The Gunners demonstrated their composure, class and determination.
Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud insists he was pleased with his performance despite failing to score for the Gunners at his former club Montpellier on Tuesday night, according to Sky Sports.
The 25-year-old joined Arsenal from the French champions for £12 million in the summer, but has yet to score his first goal in five attempts so far this season.
Giroud says he was just glad to return to Montpellier, “I tried not to really think about the context of the match. I was just so happy to come back here, even if I didn’t score.” The Frenchmen added, “I had a decisive assist in our first goal and I was quite satisfied with my own performance.”
Giroud also said he was delighted with the start his new Arsenal side have made to the campaign, “We won and now we are in a good position. We remain undefeated and that is perfect for us.”