Olivier Giroud has become the oldest goalscorer for the France national team after scoring against Austria in the Nations League competition last night. The 35-year-old veteran forward reach the 49 goal mark with France yesterday and is two goals away from equaling Thierry Henry's as their all-time top scorer.
The AC Milan forward is obviously happy with this achievement as he carried on his hot form at club level to help his national team get the victory. He took to Instagram to talk about this latest achievement:
"(I'm) happy to continue to live these unique emotions with this blue shirt."