Olivier Giroud is known for his goal-scoring abilities.

And his handsome good looks, obviously.

But as most Arsenal fans know, there is far more to his game than just putting the ball in the back of the net while looking dreamy.

As his appearance against Reading showed, when he was introduced as a second half substitute in place of Danny Welbeck, Giroud makes Arsenal a more rounded side and instantly improves their threat level with his link up play.

As it’s a relatively quiet week, news-wise, take a moment and enjoy some of the finer aspects of the Frenchman’s game:

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