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Giroud Hits Back at Australian Star after World Cup Snub Accusation

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Oliver Giroud, the France striker felt moved to jeer at the claims of Jason Cummings about his supposed shirt-swap snub. Cummings, an Australia striker claimed this week that the France striker ignored his request to swap shirts by pretending that couldn't speak English at the World Cup.

However, the former Chelsea and Arsenal forward responded by posting photos of the Socceroos shirt of Jackson Irvine with a message- ‘Hi @jacksonirvine - How is my English mate?’ The France striker, Giroud saw the funny side to this caption as he followed up with a comment with laughing emojis along with a heart and France and Australia flags.
Cummings, the former Nottingham Forest, Hibernian, Dundee, Shrewsbury, and Rangers who came off the bench in his team defeat by France commented on the television program of Australia, The Project.

The player from Central Coast Mariners said that after the France game, he tried getting Mbappe. He said that he went for the top boy instead of Giroud. In his statement, Cummings said that he had told him to meet him in the changing room. Thus, he went over to the changing room and the kit man had been there where gave him his top.
But 10 minutes later he came out with the jersey that he doesn’t want to swap at all. So, he was walking back to his changing room, he saw Giroud walking and he was looking handsome as ever. Thus, he asked him if he could get his shirt as he is a big fan. But Giroud simply walked past him and pretended that he didn’t understand English. But Giroud has been a part of the English Premier League for almost a decade but Giroud simply decided to walk past him.