When Olivier Giroud moved from Arsenal across the way to Chelsea, another team in London. In January 2018, many people questioned whether Why did the “indigo blue lions” do that? Because at that time, Giroud had score less goals than many seasons ago and it didn’t look like a good reinforcement ufabet.
However, over the past three and a half seasons, Olivier Giroud has proven. That Chelsea were wrong in bringing him to the club. Even though he is not the No. 1 option, he is still scoring goals. Excluding the 2017-18 season. When he join the club in the middle of the season, Giroud has been able to score goals for Chelsea. With double-digit appearances in every competition every season. At all And it has led him to success until he has won the FA Cup, UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League with Chelsea one time each.
Giroud is preparing to go on another adventure. After he moved to AC Milan, the leading club of Serie A, and today we will take a look at Giroud’s performance from playing for Chelsea in all competitions. a little bit– Passing the ball
must admit that if you look at the number of assists, Giroud can’t do that much. Because he has a total of just 14 assists during the three and a half seasons with the team. But overall, he still managed to pass the ball well with a 70.4 per cent pass-to-target percentage. Which is a good number for a target striker.
In addition, Giroud also had important passing strokes that led to the team scoring 61 times and was able to pass the ball to the goal in the final area 42 times. It can be seen that he can pass the ball to his teammates in the box 23 times together.
With a height of 192 centimeters, Giroud is one of the best strikers in the air. That means over the past three and a half seasons he has won 169 aerial duels out of 317 strikes, a percentage of 53.3 per cent.
Despite not making many starts, Giroud has netted 39 goals in 119 appearances in all competitions for Chelsea, partly in his performance. Goals were good at that level because he averaged 3.46 shots on target per game.
Giroud also averaged 0.41 shots on target per shot on target, better than Arsenal’s 0.34 per shot. Plus, the perfume star has a difference between the number of goals that can actually be achieved. On the occasion that the goal was supposed to be +5.0, meaning he scored five more goals than he really should, while at Arsenal his figure in this area was only +0.6.