Hugo Lloris returned to action last evening for Spurs U21’s 4-1 victory over Everton U21’s. The goalie completed 90 minutes as he nears fitness.
Hugo Lloris came on as a substitute in the 55th minute last evening in the Audi Cup’s third- place play-off with AC Milan. His appearance might have given Spurs a big boost in hope of seeing him play the PL opener against Manchester United this Saturday, but I still think it’s a little bit risky as a broken wrist for a goalkeeper is not a little injury.
Spurs won the match 2-0.
Hugo Lloris and his family prepare for a well-deserved post-season holiday!
Hugo Lloris, Eric Dier and DeAndre Yedlin took Marathon Bet Alternative Sports Day challenge at Tottenham Hotspur’s training ground. There were three rounds. Yedlin won the Vanishing Spray Race, the trio drew in the Top Bins challenge (no one got a ball into the bin) and Lloris won the Speed Clock round. After three rounds, Yedlin and Lloris tied with 6 points a’ piece. Dier came in last with 3 points. The Cross Bar Challenge was deemed the tie breaker which Yedlin won.
Final results: Yedlin – 9 points; Lloris – 8; Dier – 3
It was all fun for the trio.
Watch the competitors here:
Give me a moment let me gather my thoughts.
Okay, thoughts gathered.
Hugo Lloris and Harry Kane looks great in Tottenham’s home kit for the 2015/16 season. I love both kits. Let’s see Lloris’ love child in the kit now:
He looks fine! And Super Lloris:
Good stuff! I love it. Can’t wait to see it in action next season.