Former Tottenham Hotspur manager Tim Sherwood made a joke involving Hugo Lloris shortly after the goalkeeper had suffered a nasty injury against Brighton.
The Spurs skipper fell awkwardly after failing to hold a Pascal Gross cross in the third minute, with Neal Maupay nodding in the loose ball to give Mauricio Pochettino’s side the worst possible start to the Premier League match.
The gaffe from the Frenchman was the second successive top flight game in which he had gifted the opposition a goal, following on from his error against Southampton.
Sherwood, who was working as a television pundit joked that ‘Hugo would hold his arms up if he could’ in reference to Lloris’ injury which was later confirmed by the club as a dislocated elbow.
— Adam Essay (@EssayAdam) October 5, 2019
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