Hugo Lloris has been a mainstay between the Spurs sticks and Mauricio Pochettino’s trusted captain for a number of years now, but is the Frenchman’s time coming to an end?
More and more mistakes have begun to creep into Lloris’ game, as he seems to be more regularly misjudging when to come out and when not to.
The World Cup winner was caught in no man’s land against Barcelona in the Champions League last week, costing his side a goal in the first two minutes.
While pulling off some fine saves, Lloris was also caught hesitating against Cardiff City, leaving the striker as easy lob over his head, which Alderweireld did well to clear off the line.
Not to mention his off-field antics, Lloris was caught drink driving a month or so ago, and was fined £50,000 as well as given a 20 month driving ban.
Meanwhile, young up-and-coming keeper Paulo Gazzaniga has leapt at his chance in goal as Lloris and Vorm sat out injured in recent weeks.
The 26-year-old picked up three man of the match awards in as many games, and looked extremely composed and impressive in the Spurs net.
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