Olivier Giroud is keen on returning to the Arsenal's starting line-up after coming off the bench to score two important goals against Sunderland over the weekend. Giroud - whose first two touches landed in the back of the Sunderland net in the second half after Jermain Defoe's spot-kick cancelled out Alexis Sanchez's opener at the Stadium of Light - is convinced his "turn will come". Giroud told reporters: "My turn will come. "I came back late from the Euros and was not fit enough to play straight away, then, unfortunately, I had an annoying injury.
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