VIDEO: Arsenal Fans React to Giroud Supposedly Ignoring Lacazette's Attempt to Give...

VIDEO: Arsenal Fans React to Giroud Supposedly Ignoring Lacazette's Attempt to Give Him a High-Five

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​The competition for starting places in the striking department in Arsenal’s squad has certainly hotted-up since Alexandre Lacazette’s arrival at the club, and it appears that Olivier Giroud is somewhat dismayed with the fellow Frenchman’s involvement.

Giroud, after an unenthusiastic reaction to Lacazette’s first goal in a Gunners shirt against Sydney FC on the 13th of July, appears to be snubbing the former Lyon striker at every given opportunity, after the hitman notched a goal of his own against Western Sydney Wanderers on Saturday, only to then bypass his new teammate’s high-five gesture in celebration.

Giroud’s boycotting antics of late have resounded badly with Arsenal fans on social media, and the slating is certainly far from over after a few eagle-eyed fans noticed his latest ‘diss’:



​​Now, no-one is saying that it’s unhealthy for a club to have a degree of competition within the fold, as it generally ups the standards of every member.

Although, with Lacazette supposedly being drafted in by Arsene Wenger to play the starring role, Giroud evidently dislikes the notion of playing second fiddle to the 26-year-old in the coming season. 

It’s also very unlikely that the pair will fashion an elaborate handshake anytime soon – best to leave that sentiment to the likes of Manchester United’s Romelu Lukaku and Paul Pogba instead.

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Source: 90min