France star Paul Pogba has dedicated his team's World Cup semi-final win over Belgium to the group of 12 Thai youngsters who were rescued from a cave after being trapped for more than two weeks.
Giroud will look to break his World Cup duck in Sunday's final, where France will take on either England or Croatia.
"We don't do everything right but of course there is a progression".
"I think [Belgium coach Roberto] Martinez had chose to put (Marouane) Fellaini on him so Fellaini was only anxious about Pogba, so of course he had less freedom on the ball, but he knew what to do, he left very little waste".
"I'm very proud of their mentality as well because I know it's not just that you are playing at a high level that you are going to score goals but with our state of mind we can climb mountains and that's what we've done so far".
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The fines are based on laws governing the 2013-2014 period when the breaches occurred. "It's an important moment for data protection", she added.
"I want to win the World Cup - the Ballon d'Or is not my problem".
"It makes me happy that people are happy, but I hope to make them even happier on the evening of the 15th of July".
"It is something exceptional - I am very happy for my players", he said. "Everyone is with us, we're all in this together".
Wednesday's match against Croatia promises to be a tense and exciting one, so don't miss out on the lively atmosphere by staying at home, when you can catch all of the action unfold live at one of these Leeds destinations - with plenty of supporters in tow. "[France] President Emmanuel Macron came down to see us".
Then in the latter stages of the match, the 25-year-old was allowed to go forward more as France sat deep and defended their lead.