Giroud began his career playing for lower division teams in France before joining Tours FC in Ligue 2. His performances caught the attention of bigger clubs, leading to his transfer to Montpellier in Ligue 1. It was during his time at Montpellier that Giroud made a name for himself, playing a key role in the team's successful campaign for the 2011-2012 Ligue 1 title. He scored 21 goals in 36 league appearances, finishing as the league's top scorer. Giroud's impressive performances at Montpellier earned him a move to the English Premier League, where he joined Arsenal in 2012. During his time at Arsenal, Giroud became a fan favorite for his physical style of play and his ability to score goals, often with his trademark headers. He won three FA Cups with the team and also became the club's second-highest scorer in European competitions. In 2018, Giroud transferred to Chelsea, another top Premier League club. With Chelsea, he won the UEFA Europa League and became the top scorer for France's national team during his career, surpassing the likes of Michel Platini and David Trezeguet. Giroud has represented France in major tournaments such as the FIFA World Cup and the UEFA European Championship, helping the team achieve success. Throughout his career, Giroud has been praised for his physicality, aerial ability, and technical skills. He is known for his strategic positioning on the field, which allows him to create scoring opportunities for himself and his teammates. Giroud's contributions to the game have earned him numerous accolades and the respect of players and fans alike.