#4. Olivier Giroud
He’s slow, his first touch is unpredictable, and he isn’t an outstanding finisher but Olivier Giroud is the starting forward for both Arsenal and the France National Team. The Frenchman signed for the club in 2012, the same summer that Arsenal lost top scorer and captain, Robin Van Persie. Giroud isn’t in the same league as the Dutchman but has still somehow bumbled his way to 82 goals for the club. Giroud has also scored 20 for France, including 3 at Euro 2016. Giroud doesn’t exactly stand out from the crowd and is far from world class but has been a steady starting forward for Arsenal in the last four years.