France striker Olivier Giroud is confident that Les Blues will be able to score past his Chelsea team-mate Thibaut Courtois when they face Belgium in the World Cup semi-final on Tuesday.
Roberto Martinez’s side contains some of the Premier League’s best defenders like Man City captain Vincent Kompany and Spurs pair Toby Alderweireld and Jan Verthongen, but Giroud reckons Didier Deschamps side will be able to find a way to break down the Red Devils star studded defensive unit:
“Courtois is difficult to play against. He is very good in this World Cup with a good defence in front of him,” Giroud said in a pre match press conference.
“There will be gaps that will have to be used.
“I am convinced that we will break down this wall.”
Whoever wins between Belgium or France, will face either England or Croatia in the final of the World Cup in Moscow next Sunday.