French Football Legend Olivier Giroud Retires from International Play Following Euro 2024

Olivier Giroud has officially announced his retirement from international soccer after Euro 2024.

Known for scoring 57 goals in 131 games for the French national team, Giroud is a record-breaker.

He participated in Euro 2012, 2016, and 2020, winning the 2018 World Cup with the French squad.

Euro 2024 will be Giroud’s last appearance for France, as he prepares to leave Milan for Los Angeles FC.
Speaking to L’Equipe, Giroud expressed his nostalgia for his time with the team.
He acknowledges the need to give younger players a chance and is focused on ending his career on a high note.

France is one of the top contenders in the upcoming tournament in Germany, and Giroud is looking forward to the challenge.

While reminiscing about the past, Giroud is determined to stay focused and savor every moment of the competition.

France’s group-stage opponents in Euro 2024 will be Austria, the Netherlands, and Poland.

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