Tottenham fans have been blowing off steam ever since the full-time whistle went at Wembley earlier on. One of the main men to be feeling the force of their frustrations is their goalkeeper and captain, Hugo Lloris, who was beaten by probably the tamest shot in England over the weekend when Raul Jimenez’s pea-roller found the net.
84 – Goal for Wolves. Jimenez gives the visitors the lead.
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) 29 December 2018
Wolves’ Mexican wonder made Wembley a place he’d never forget when he was apart of Mexico’s Olympic gold medal winning team at the stadium back in 2012, and today he enjoyed yet more success at the famous old ground. However, he wouldn’t have done had Hugo Lloris been able to get across in time and keep out the Mexican’s weak effort that dribbled into the bottom corner.
The Frenchman has had a fairly hit and miss year in 2018. He’s had plenty of stinks, but enough blinders to make up for it, and that’s how his contrasting World Cup win and drink driving charge add up too. To end the year in such fashion won’t sit well with the Frenchman though, and he’ll be more than keen to improve in the new year, especially when he watches Jimenez’s goal back today.
You can read the Lilywhites’ verdict on Lloris here:
Lloris get out!
— mikinrin90 (@mikinrin90) December 29, 2018
I’m sick of lloris
— TopSpur Comments (@i_topspur) December 29, 2018
Lloris needs to go now. His time is finished. Bring on Gazza. We went from Rose and Walker to Tripper and Davies.
— THFC Sonny (@THFC61995704) 29 December 2018
Lloris what are you doing !!!!!!!!!!
— Josh Cowham (@JoshuaCowham) December 29, 2018
— luke payne (@_lukepayne) December 29, 2018
Hugo Lloris is very poor.
Time for @GazzanigaPaulo.
Last week against Everton two goals past him. Today 3. Poor, poor goal keeping.
— Mwanzo (@J_Mwanzo) December 29, 2018
— Galatott (@Galatott) December 29, 2018
Tottenham fans everywhere were livid with Lloris yesterday, and it’s not hard to see why after his shocking effort to keep Jimenez’s strike out.
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