Lloris kept two clean sheets this month and conceded 5 goals including an own goal from Kane. Nonetheless, he displayed moments of brilliance which made critics took notice once again. His best game was the recent one against Arsenal in which the goalie denied the rivals a victory.
Clean sheets: 2 (1 in the Europa and 1 for France)
Goals conceded: 5 (4 EPL; 1 France)
Yellow cards: 0
Red cards: 0
Total season stats:
Season total clean sheets thus far: 5 (2 EPL, 2 Europa, 1 France)
Season total goals conceded: 9 (7 EPL;1 Europa; 1 France)
Total bookings: 0
Total apps: 11
Arsenal was expecting to badger Spurs and make off with a nice victory, but Hugo Lloris put a dent in their plans. In the end, they had to settle for a 1-1 draw, but it was Lloris’ superb goal-line save on Per Mertesacker which had fans talking.
You can view the save here:
After the match, he told Spurs TV:
“It was a really tough game. We showed great team spirit. We can improve but defensively we were strong.”
Lloris really kept the team in the game and was the Man of the Match.
Lloris v Arsenal:
Talking about the game is going to be frustrating because Spurs played as if they were uncomfortable except for a few players (Lloris, Eriksen). Spurs only had one shot on target and they were an unenthusiastic bunch. Lloris was the Man of the Match. His saves probably saved Spurs from getting a bad beating, but the team need to do more. Lloris was like a one man defender in the back there.
West Brom ended up winning 1-0 in the end, leaving Spurs with much to do for the season. Lloris looked as if he wanted to cry at the end of the game. Not a good look on the goalie.
Spurs, get your acts together.
Lloris v West Brom:
Hugo Lloris captained the Spurs to a disappointing scoreless draw in Belgrade against Partizan Belgrade, but the goalie had a great match. In the 61′ he made a tremendous stop to deny the hosts a goal opportunity.
Lloris picked up his 4th clean sheet out of 7 games this evening. However, you can see the goalie was not pleased with the draw.
Lloris is the third best rated keeper in FIFA15.
It was official team photo time at Spurs yesterday, but Ade found some ways to enlighten the atmosphere by taking, as they like to call it nowadays, selfies:
Check out Ade and his, erm selfie taking skills here:
Hugo Lloris was named co-vice captain alongside Emmanuel Adebayor. Another Frenchman was named captain: Younes Kaboul.
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Spurs released a video titled: Things you didn’t know about Hugo Lloris earlier today.
Get to know your goalie:
Lloris is currently on international duty with France. They’ll play Serbia tomorrow.