That was Giroud's 17th goal for Arsenal after coming off the bench, which equals former Manchester United frontman Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Premier League record for a single club.
Arsene Wenger's men recovered their poise and some swashbuckling attacking play as they sought an equaliser before half time made for a captivating contest.
"It was a hard game and I felt that we paid a heavy price for a slow start".
However, with his contract due to expire in the summer, Wilshere insists he isn't giving any thought to leaving, saying his focus is on influencing Arsenal's results in the best way he can.
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"I'm not happy with the point because I wanted three, but if you can not win it, don't lose it and we kept going".
"We were three against one but we played it quick and the referee called the ball back without any reason and that was a huge advantage for Southampton in the final minute". I think you could see today that last week had an influence on today's start of the game.
After the game, Wenger said: "'The waste of time is becoming a real problem in England in the last two seasons". "I'm not happy with the point because I wanted three points", he said.
They pressed forward with more goal after the restart, dominating possession, yet were unable to penetrate a home defence that was demonstrating far more resilience than the Gunners' own backline.