Alexandre Lacazette scored two but Lars Stindl rescued the draw late for Germany.
Craig Burley says Alexandre Lacazette has thrown his hat in the ring as a potential starter for France at the World Cup.
Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette says his two-goal display against Germany on Wednesday was his best performance yet for France and hopes it will leave a lasting impression on coach Didier Deschamps.
Lacazette, who started in attack ahead of Antoine Griezmann, stole the show in Cologne, scoring his second and third goals on his 16th international appearance as France claimed a 2-2 draw.
The 26-year-old, who has scored six Premier League goals for Arsenal since leaving Lyon in the summer, told…Original Article