OLIVIER GIROUD showed fans his incredible World Cup hotel room.
And it’s nothing less than a tribute to the French star, with his Qatari hosts even including a giant picture of Giroud on the door!
The 36-year-old AC Milan ace is looking to defend France’s World Cup trophy this winter.
He could start Tuesday’s game against Australia with Karim Benzema currently on the hook.
And Giroud is also hoping to hit the target at least three times to overtake Thierry Henry as France’s all-time top scorer.
This means that he will need a comfortable and relaxing place to let off steam each evening.
This is especially after enduring his own injury scare in training on Thursday.
But judging by the state of his luxury digs, there’s no way Giroud will be having a bad night’s sleep.
And even England stars could get jealous with part of the Three Lions base still under construction at the start of November.
Didier Deschamps’ men are staying at the Al Messila hotel, located 6 km from Doha.
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And in a video posted to social media, Giroud delighted supporters with a tour of his tournament hall.
Standing in the hallway, the striker showed off an incredible golden door covered in a giant photo of him playing for France.
It opened onto a bright hallway, Giroud then panning his camera towards the bathroom.
Incredibly, the shower door itself was marked with an official France Football crest.
But the best was yet to come as Giroud continued to work his way into the main room.
Other crests of France decorated the wall above a huge glass door panel leading to the outside.
And a collection of red, white and blue balloons hanging above a comfortable bed.
Giroud then zoomed in on the pillows to show that one had a special message written just for him.
Also decorated with the tricolor of France, it read: “Dear Olivier. Welcome to Al Messila Resort & Spa.
Giroud certainly seemed to appreciate the effort as he turned the camera on himself before smiling.
And having already scored nine times this season with Milan, everything indicates that Giroud will have another memorable tournament.