Jack Wilshere labelled Olivier Giroud “one of the best strikers in the Premier League” after he came off the bench to head home Arsenal’s equaliser in a 1-1 draw at Southampton. Giroud has scored 10 goals in the 80th minute or later in 2017 and his header from Alexis Sanchez’s cross was his 17th as an Arsenal substitute, a Premier League record for one team he shares with former Manchester United forward Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
ES Football Newsletter Southampton vs Arsenal | Premier League | St. Mary's | Sunday, December 10, 2017 | Kick-off: 12pm Arsenal can jump back above north London rivals Tottenham with victory over Southampton on the south coast on Sunday. The Gunners will be looking to bounce back from defeat against Manchester United at Emirates Stadium last Saturday and boost their hopes of a top-four finish.
Olivier Giroud saved Arsenal’s blushes with an 88th-minute equaliser as the Gunners escaped Southampton with a scarcely-deserved 1-1 draw. The France international’s brilliant header ended the Saints’ stubborn resistance after Charlie Austin had pounced on a Per Mertesacker only three minutes into the St Mary's clash.
Since the start of last season Olivier Giroud's goals have earned Arsenal seven additional PL points they wouldn't have had if he hadn't scored - not bad for a player who has started only 11 games https://t.co/1t4cSreH7b
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