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Olivier Giroud was one of a host of French players to come up with a forfeit if they went on to win the World Cup for the second time.
Prior to the tournament, the Chelsea striker had promised to shave off his beautiful head of hair in the event that he became a World Cup winner. Of course, he had forgotten about it but TF1 were quick to remind him after France's 4-2 triumph over Croatia yesterday and even did their best to do the deed straight away.
Giroud made a promise that he will shave his head if France win the World Cup and he forgot so they tried to do it to him live :joy::joy::joy: pic.twitter.com/n2m8snITZl- AL :red_circle::white_circle: (@SupaAuba) July 15, 2018
However, the former Arsenal man does appear to be a man of his word and later revealed a date for which he will get the transformational trim - that being after his child is baptised next week on 22 July.
Bald David Silva is still taking some getting used to so seeing handsome Oli G without his wonderfully conditioned hair will definitely take some getting used to.
A bald Giroud is a crime against humanity. https://t.co/rhfIpEbcpP- Chris Godfrey (@ChrisPJGodfrey) July 16, 2018
He won't be alone in the forfeit though as Lyon's Nabil Fekir, heavily linked with a move to Liverpool, made the very same bet.
Several other France players also made some very bizarre challenges before the showpiece in Russia, including Hugo Lloris going on a pub crawl and Adil Rami promising to have a martial arts fight against Teddy Riner.
Challenges that French players accepted in the event they won the World Cup:- Get French Football News (@GFFN) July 16, 2018
Hugo Lloris: a pub crawl in Nice
Nabil Fékir & Olivier Giroud: Shaved head
Blaise Matuidi: Paris to Turin cycle
Thomas Lemar: Dye his hair
Adil Rami: Fight Teddy Riner
Reckon Giroud could pull it off?
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