Lloris stretchered off

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Hugo Lloris was stretchered off in the 4th minute during Spurs v Leicester City to a standing ovation, following a nasty collision with Kyle Walker. Fraser Forster has also been stretchered off in his match. Both goalkeepers look to have suffered nasty looking injuries.

It’s never nice to see these things. Get well soon men.


Lloris has suffered a leg injury. It is not confirmed how long the star goalie will be out, but early reports are saying that he’ll be out for the rest of the season.

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Live Banter: Chelsea v Spurs (Capital One Cup final)


Good game, Spurs, congrats Chelsea. There’ll be more near future finals for Spurs if they continue to play at a top level.


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Originally posted on My Heart Beats Football:

Embedded image permalinkEmbedded image permalinkFT: Chelsea 2 Spurs 0 *** Regardless of the result, Spurs had a good game and I am proud of them for going down fighting although it just wasn’t their day. Congrats Chelsea for winning the 2015 Capital One Cup.

92′ Final Chelsea sub: Drogba on for Costa

> 4 additional minutes

89′ Cesc off. Oscar on. (Chelsea)

87′ Kane picks up a loose ball, but Terry blocks. Today just isn’t Spurs day.

At least Spurs is going down fighting. :)

80′ Soldado comes on for the ineffective Chadli much too late for my liking. He should have started.

77′ Yellow Bentaleb

76′ Willian off. Cuadrado on (Chelsea)

73′ Cahill goes into the book. FK Spurs which was wasted in the end

72′ Lamala replaces Mason (Spurs)

69′ Willian booked

68′ A Cesc header goes wide! 2-0

61′ Townsend off. Dembele on (Spurs)

60′ Another gifted deflection and Costa with…

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Tottenham Hotspur March 2014/15 fixtures

Originally posted on My Heart Beats Football:

Spurs have it, then they don’t, then they find it back again only to lose it again. They have the potential and this squad can win games, but when we expect them to shine they seem incapable. They currently sit in 6th position on the PL table, was kicked out the Europa League by Fiorentina on Thursday and they have that final against Chelsea in the Capital One Cup tomorrow. I wish them all the best and I hope they walk with their A game.

Sun 01st: Chelsea v Spurs (Capital One Cup final)

Wed 04th: Spurs v Swansea

Sat 07th: QPR v Spurs

Sun 15th: Manchester United v Spurs

Sat 21st: Spurs v Leicester City

*** Fixtures are subject to change

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Spurs manage draw against West Ham

Hugo Lloris - Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United - Premier League

Spurs v West Ham.

I did not watch this match yesterday, therefore, I cannot comment outright. I can safely say the match ended in a 2-2 draw, and Spurs would have lose 2-1 had it not been for Kane, who managed to salvaged a point for for the team into stoppage time. Kane also had a penalty saved.

Next up for Lloris and the Spurs: QPR away.

Lloris v West Ham

Hugo Lloris - Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United - Premier League

Hugo Lloris - Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United - Premier League

Hugo Lloris - Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United - Premier League

Hugo Lloris - Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United - Premier League

Lloris captains Spurs to a draw

Hugo Lloris - Tottenham Hotspur FC v ACF Fiorentina

Last evening, Hugo Lloris captained Spurs to a 1-1 draw at the Lane against Fiorentina in the first leg of their Europa League play-off. Spurs had a pretty decent game and probably deserved more, but they wasted many good chances as well.

Soldado ended his 10-match goal drought for Spurs when he opened the game in the 6th minute with a delightful volley. Basanta canceled this goal out in the 36th minute leaving Lloris’ defence asking questions they don’t want to answer. In the 44th minute, Chadli managed to hit the bar leaving us shouting, ‘HOW DID THAT NOT GO IN!!’

Fiorentina got what they came for; the away goal, and if they draw 0-0 at home, they’ll be the team going on to the next round.

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Hurricane Harry to the rescue!

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Spurs came from behind to beat Arsenal 2-1 at the Lane and I am darn proud of their fighting spirit.  They showed what I’ve been saying all along about applying themselves, so yes, I’m proud of them.

Ozil had given Arsenal a head start in the 11th minute when Giroud flicked a ball onto his path and he made no mistake in beating Lloris.

Down 1-0 at half-time, Spurs led the fight back when the whistle went for the second half. Kane drew his side level in the 56th minute when Ospina failed to palm Lamela’s corner out of danger.

Soon after that levelled goal, Welbeck almost put Arsenal back in front, but Lloris denied him at full stretch. Kane claimed his 22nd goal in all competitions from a Bentaleb cross.

2-1 the final score. Harry Kane, take a bow. You’ve been impressive from the start! Keep that form up.

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