Giroud Get Into The Premier League History After Moving To Chelsea

Oliver Giroud, Arsenal’s former striker, has got into the Premier League history after his move from Arsenal FC to the London club, Chelsea FC.

Chelsea FC have finally secured a signing of a new striker on the last hours of the deadline day after all the news and rumors of Chelsea FC being linked with several strikers to replace Alvaro Morata in some matches and help him scoring goals such as Peter Crouch from the Premier League side, Stoke City, Andy Carroll from the London Premier League club, West Ham United, Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal FC, Edin Dzeko from A.S. Roma in the Serie A, and others.

However, Chelsea failed to sign any of these players during the winter transfer windows which ended at the end of January and were able to sign Oliver Giroud where Michy Batshuayi left for the Bundesliga side, Borussia Dortmund, on a loan until the end of the season.

Moreover, the French international striker, Oliver Giroud, was able to get into the Premier League history, but in a negative way.

Oliver Giroud became the first player in the Premier League history to lose with two different clubs within 24 hours in the same Matchday, Matchday 25, where Oliver Giroud lost 3-1 with Arsenal against Swansea City away from home, at the Liberty Stadium in the Premier League Matchday 25, and then he lost 3-0 after his move to his new club, Chelsea FC, against the Premier League side who is fighting relegation, Bournemouth FC, at home, Stamford Bridge.

Oliver Giroud is expected to start in the Premier League Matchday 26 away from home against Watford in a must-win match for Antonio Conte and Chelsea after the disappointing performance and results recently, and especially against Bournemouth FC.

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