Olivier Giroud celebrates after scoring the second goal for Arsenal
Worried Arsenal fans have taken to social networking site Twitter to voice their concerns after Olivier Giroud’s display in France’s 3-2 win over Cameroon.
The Euro 2016 hosts came out on top of the African nation in an exciting game as they gear up for the tournament in France this summer.
Giroud led the line in the game for the French, bagging himself a superb volley goal following an equally excellent cross from Juventus star Paul Pogba.
Arsenal's Olivier Giroud
He looks likely to lead Didier Deschamps side at Euro 2016, with them missing Karim Benzema from their squad.
His strike would have done his confidence the world of good, but reacting on Twitter, Arsenal fans have admitted they’re worried about how a good tournament may affect Arsene Wenger’s summer plans.
If Giroud ends up top scorer at the Euros making Wenger not buy another striker.....— ㅤ (@WelshWinger) May 30, 2016
Giroud scoring is the worst thing if your teams manager is Wenger— Mediocrity (@FTmediocrity) May 30, 2016
Could you imagine giroud being top goalscorer in euros— Jak (@jak_heer) May 30, 2016
Wenger won't sign a striker, saying we have the best forward in Europe
The annoying thing about that Giroud's sweet goal is that it has got Wenger 10% less interested in signing a new striker— Fix (@TheReclusifix) May 30, 2016
Giroud turning elite just before the Euros so Wenger doesn't buy a striker, unreal— ㅤ (@AFCKiran) May 30, 2016
Is Giroud trying to deceive Wenger again?.i bind every spirit that will hinder Arsene from buying a Striker https://t.co/xFUkeWutpJ— #Ozil#Alexis#Gunners (@funmilaw) May 30, 2016
Giroud to be top scorer at Euros— AFC FANS (@AFC_Fanss) May 30, 2016
Wenger = an excuse for not signing a ST
Giroud scores 15-20 goals in all comps
Giroud scoring for France giving Wenger another reason not to sign a striker.— SanchezEd Cr7 (@DenizSliq) May 30, 2016
Scenes when Giroud finishes with the golden boot in Euro 2016 and Wenger rejects the idea of signing a striker.#Arsenal— Aneesh Chandoke (@AneeshChandoke) May 30, 2016
Wenger gonna see Giroud leading the line in an all star French team and think he should continue to do the same for Arsenal— Kaashif (@Kaashif_92) May 30, 2016
Giroud will have a good EURO and convince wenger that he doesnt need any striker. Just watch..— Mozeez ツ™ (@HeyMozeez) May 30, 2016
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger
It would certainly be shocking if Wenger decided not to move for a top-level striker in this upcoming transfer window.
The position has been one in which they have struggled for a number of years, and that continued this past season.
Whether one can be found of course, is another matter, with a number of sides looking for strikers this year.
Olivier Giroud celebrates after scoring the third goal for Arsenal and completing his hat trick