Shortly after Olivier Giroud scored for France in its match against Switzerland, striker Blaise Matuidi shocked the Swiss team with a quick follow up. Here's the video because watching back-to-back goals is fun. Enjoy:
Correction, June 20, 2014: This post originally misstated that Valon Behrami scored the first goal for France in its match against Switzerland, and that Behrami set up the pass for the second goal. Behrami is a Swiss player who gave the ball away at midfield. Oliver Giroud scored the first goal.
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