Hugo Lloris’ form for Tottenham may have come under scrutiny this season – but the goalkeeper proved he is still capable of the outrageous, pulling off a ludicrous quadruple save in France’s 2-2 draw with Iceland.
After winning the World Cup with France in the summer, Lloris has had a controversial start to the season, receiving a 20-month ban from driving and a £50,000 fine after being found to have been more than twice the drink-drive limit in August.
The 31-year-old then faced a short spell on the sidelines and made a glaring error in Tottenham’s Champions League defeat to Barcelona upon his return.
But Lloris showed class is permanent to deny Iceland *four* times in one passage of play as France came back from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 with the visitors in a friendly on Thursday night.
— GFFN Match Zone (@GFFNMatchZone) October 11, 2018
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