Former Tottenham Hotspur chairman Lord Sugar was critical of Hugo Lloris’ performance during the 2-0 loss to Chelsea last night.
Sugar aimed his frustration at the Spurs captain for Chelsea’s opening goal, despite the opportunity being presented to Pedro by Toby Alderweireld’s lack of judgement.
The Chelsea player cut in from the right and easily beat Alderweireld before squeezing the ball through Lloris’ legs at the near post on 57 minutes.
It was yet another slack goal for Spurs to concede, something which has become almost the norm when playing clubs from the top six.
Lloris has a track record of making some big errors which led to Sugar using the word of ‘Lloris again’ when he took to Twitter to vent his displeasure.
The Frenchman was also partly at fault for Chelsea’s second when Kieran Trippier’s backpass went past the him as he rushed out of his goal and could only watch as the ball rolled into the back of the net.
Lloris again. Another mistake 1-0 Chelsea
— Lord Sugar (@Lord_Sugar) February 27, 2019
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