Antoine Griezmann was on target for France on Tuesday night in Les Bleus’ 4-2 victory over Croatia in the Nations League.
The Barcelona striker equalised for the hosts just before half-time after Dejan Lovren had put Croatia ahead early on.
The equalizer by Griezmann against Croatia
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Griezmann’s 31st international strike sees him move into fifth place in the all-time goalscorers list for France and level on goals with Zinedine Zidane:
Antoine Griezmann has now scored 31 goals for France, equalling Zinedine Zidane as Les Bleus' 5th-highest scorer of all-time.
Slowly climbing the rankings. 🧗♂️ pic.twitter.com/XK6sgTRsXL
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Griezmann also picked up an assist in the second half with a corner for Dayot Upamecano to power home and make it 3-2 to the world champions.
Chelsea’s Olivier Giroud sealed the win from the penalty spot with his 40th international goal, only Michel Platini and Thierry Henry have scored more for France.