Oliver Giroud is a man of his words, and he proved it after shaving his head just after winning the FIFA World Cup 2018. The 31-year-old striker Giroud was asked by his wife to surrender his hair after his son's Baptism (the Christian religious rite of sprinkling water on to a person's forehead or of immersing them in water, it is performed on young children and is accompanied by name-giving.)
“I only have one rule so that I will respect it because My wife wants me to do it just after the baptism of our son on Sunday.”
Giroud posted a selfie on his official social media account with a caption, ‘Chose Promise, chose due! #MerciThomas #Paritenu #FierdetreBleus
Like Giroud, his teammate and Goalkeeper captain Hugo Lloris also promised to do the same while Nabil Fekir expressed to follows his teammates. But Midfielder Nabil has some other and even more difficult task to do, he promised to complete a journey from cycle all the way to Paris from Turin which is approximately 776.8km after winning the world cup. For Nabil, God has listened to your wish, go and keep your promise!
This is not the first time when players decided to shave their head change something in their life after winning a big event of their game. Players at every level and in every match usually believe in taking on some superstition to make their luck a bit strong to win the crucial games. If we take Ronaldo as an example then Ronaldo has two major superstitions, one is about Portugal, and one is for his club. Usually, different players have a different superstition, and they believe in it. Brazilian Ronaldo was also known for his superstition and the greatest of all time Pele also falls into this category. Let’s see who will be the next.
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