​​Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud brilliantly helped out Willy Caballero during their 4-0 over ​Hull City on Friday night as the Frenchman correctly pointed out which side the goalkeeper should dive to when the Tigers were awarded a penalty kick.

Giroud finally got off the mark for his new club on Friday, as he bagged the fourth goal in what was a convincing win for the Blues. However, it wasn't just up front that Giroud was helping his team. 

A picture shows the Frenchman pointing out to Caballero of which side to dive to for David Meyler's penalty. The spot-kick was saved by the Argentine, and for the most part, the credit goes to Giroud for his hand in the situation.

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Fellow new boy Emerson Palmieri - who arrived from Roma during the January window - also starred in the win and finally it seems as though the Blues have found a back-up for Marcos Alonso.

Up next for the Blues is the first leg of their crunch Champions League clash against La Liga giants ​Barcelona on Tuesday, and with the league seemingly out of reach, Antonio Conte and his men will be hoping to make it a cup double this season.