Olivier Giroud made history on Sunday by taking the title of France’s all-time top goalscorer by finding the net against Poland at the World Cup in the last 16 games.
The AC Milan striker was level with Thierry Henry with 51 goals each coming into France’s fourth match of the tournament and became the outright holder after his goal at the Al Thumama Stadium taking his tally to 52 goals in Les Bleus shirt.
The Striker grabbed his first goal for France in a friendly game win over Germany in 2012 and has gone through the ranks over the decade to become an all-time top scorer.
Henry, who is currently an assistant coach for Belgium at the World Cup, scored 51 goals for France between 1998 and 2009. He surpassed the previous record holder, Michel Platini, during a European Championship qualifier against Lithuania in October 2007.
Antoine Griezmann is third on the list with 42 goals, one ahead of Platini, while Karim Benzema is fifth with 37 goals.