Olivier Giroud moved level with Thierry Henry on France’s all-time scorers list after he scored twice in France’s win against Australia.
The 36-year-old grabbed his 50th and 51st goals for Les Bleus as they opened their 2022 World Cup group stage campaign with a comeback victory.
Giroud tapped in France’s second of the evening after Adrien Rabiot stole the ball off of Nathaniel Atkinson and squared for the Milan striker.
After missing a stunning overhead kick in the second half, Giroud levelled Henry’s record with a trademark header from a Kylian Mbappe cross.
Giroud’s record-tying brace came…