Olivier Giroud, Milan’s striker has acknowledged his side’s winning against Torino yesterday after he scored the only goal of the match in the 14th minutes.
However, winning the game, the French international pointed out the fact that it wasn’t an easy game as his side narrowly cut a slack of the winners in yesterday’s game.
Despite the earlier tapping in of the goal at the 14th minutes, Milan encountered a lot of attacks from the Torino’s as they struggled to equalise.
Speaking about the game, Giroud said…
“We play every three days, and that’s just not easy on the body,” Giroud told DAZN. “Not everything was perfect, but we won and that’s the most important thing.
“We played a good game, I think. Torino are a strong, physical team. They’re aggressive in tackles and there were plenty of challenges with Bremer, who’s a great defender.
“I’m really happy because we started well and Torino didn’t really create lots of scoring opportunities. That shows we were really solid at the back, and we’ve taken the three points, which is the most important thing.
“We can do better at times. It’s not perfect, but Torino are very tough to play against, and we got the three points. That’s what I really like about this team [Milan], especially when playing at home, we want to make the fans happy with a lot of energy and passion.”he concluded.
Olivier Jonathan Giroud is a French professional footballer who plays as a striker for Italian Serie A club Milan and the France national team. Regarded for his work-rate, strength, shot power and consistent goal-scoring ability, he is often considered one of the most underrated strikers in the world.
For his senior career, he spent five years developing in Grenoble’s youth academy before signing his first professional contract at the age of 21.
He once admitted that signing his first contract was an important part in his development as a player, stating “It took me signing my first professional contract to become aware of my abilities.
“If you [a club] trusted me, it was because I must have had some qualities.”
Most times, comes in as a substitute in critical matches to provide a winning goal for his club, a great maestro when it comes to head balls.