Usually so calm, so tempered in front of the cameras, the doorman of the French Team Hugo Lloris came out of his hinges on Monday evening on the lawns of the Premier League.
The Tottenham goalkeeper and captain sharply attacked one of his teammates when he returned to the locker room for half-time against Everton.
The referee had barely whistled the end of the first act, when the boss of the Blues crossed half the field to criticize the South Korean striker Son Heung-min. While their team led 1-0, the latter did not appreciate the invective. Three players, including French international midfielder Moussa Sissoko, intervened and pushed the goalkeeper away so that the dispute was settled in the locker room and not in front of the cameras.
What's happened there?!? 😲
Hugo Lloris and Son Heung-min have to be separated by their teammates as they make their way off the pitch at half-time! 🤬
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Obviously, Lloris did not appreciate the lack of determination put by the attacker on an action a few seconds earlier, which had ended with a slightly too crossed strike from Richarlison, the most dangerous action of the Toffees during the First 45 minutes.
José Mourinho's formation ends its worst season in many years. Currently 10th despite winning Monday night (1-0), Tottenham has no chance of competing in the Champions League next year.