Olivier Giroud believes Chelsea's win at home to london rivals Tottenham could be a turning point for the season after the blues claimed a first win in Five premier league games.
“It was a very important game for us,” Giroud said. “I want to talk about the team spirit. We showed great character.
"We knew it was maybe a kind of turning point because we lost a bit of confidence at home. It was nice to bounce back and get this hard win against a rival.”
It was a particularly cathartic experience for the 33-year-old, who has played only seven Premier League matches this season, with Tammy Abraham largely preferred to him in the starting XI.