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Hugo Lloris

27-Year-Old Goalkeeper     Tottenham Hotspur  Premier


France

Birthdate:  December 26, 1986    Birthplace:  Nice, France    Nationality:  France    Height:  6' 2"    Weight:  172 lbs    

October 18, 2014    Hugo Lloris News

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Lloris (groin) made eight saves, including a penalty from Sergio Aguero, but allowed four goals in a 4-1 loss at Manchester City on Saturday.

Lloris will be seeing Kun Aguero score goals in his nightmares as the forward scored four times and should have made it five with a missed penalty. Lloris still had a decent day though, recording eight saves in the offensive onslaught by Man City. Lloris will look to bounce back with a favorable schedule playing Newcastle, Aston Villa, and Stoke in the next three Premier League matches.

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Hugo Lloris: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

October 18, 2014

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Lloris, who picked up a groin injury while on international duty, is in the starting XI to face Manchester City on Saturday.

Lloris missed France's match against Portugal last Saturday due to the issue, but he has recovered in time to help out a Spurs side that will need his best efforts against a powerful Man City attack.

October 11, 2014

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Lloris picked up a groin injury while on international duty with France, according to Sky Sports, and he is not in the starting XI for Saturday's friendly against Portugal.

Lloris picked up the knock in training, and while he was replaced by Steve Mandanda on Saturday, he doesn't appear to be a serious doubt to miss Tottenham's Premier League match against Manchester City on Oct. 18.

October 5, 2014

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Lloris recorded three saves and captured a clean sheet in the 1-0 win over Southampton Sunday.

With only seven shots taken by Southampton all game Lloris wasnt asked to do a whole lot, but made the saves when they were needed. This was a must win for Spurs for Champions League hopes and its a good sign to see the defense perform so well under the must win circumstances. Spurs travel to Man City in their next game in what will surely be a tough task for Lloris.

September 27, 2014

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Lloris had five saves in the 1-1 draw to rivals Arsenal Saturday.

In a very tough environment at the Emirates, Lloris and the Spurs defense looked solid and were able to grab their team a well earned point. Spurs host a surprising Southampton team next weekend in what will be a good test to see where Spurs defense are at right now.

September 21, 2014

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Lloris gave up one goal and made three saves in the 1-0 loss to West Brom Sunday.

Lloris and Spurs were seemingly dominating all game and then West Brom picked up a late goal in the 73rd minute to snatch the lead and Spurs couldn't respond. It was an encouraging performance from the defense and they'll look to continue playing well in a tough match up against Arsenal next weekend.

September 13, 2014

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Lloris had no saves and gave up two goals in the 2-2 draw to Sunderland Saturday.

Lloris wasnt asked to do much as Spurs dominated possession and were unfortunate to have an own goal in their name. Lloris will look to rebound next weekend hosting a struggling West Brom.

August 31, 2014

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Lloris allowed three goals and saved five shots in a tough 0-3 loss to Liverpool on Sunday.

This was a domination by Liverpool and Lloris was busy all day long making saves and allowing goals. Being out-shot 17 to 7 is never a good sign and Spurs will look to rebound when they return to action in two weeks against Sunderland.