Loads of Tottenham fans have been reacting to Saturday’s difficult 1-0 win at Crystal Palace, and they’ve got plenty to say about Hugo Lloris.
If ever a single game summed up a player’s recent form, Lloris’ display against Crystal Palace on Saturday evening did exactly that.
The French stopper has come under mass criticism in the last 18 months for his poor decision-making, and he looked to be on the way to another huge mistake at Selhurst Park.
The 31 year-old flapped embarrassingly at several crosses from the home side, but went on to atone for his errors with a couple key saves with the score at 1-0.
His close-range stop to deny Alexander Sorloth was particularly impressive, and the World Cup winner has now left Mauricio Pochettino with more questions than answers.
Paulo Gazzaniga has been superb at every opportunity, so how long can Lloris keep his place if he keeps making silly mistakes?
Plenty of fans are having their say, and you can find some of the best Twitter reactions down below…
This is why we can’t win trophies, look at Lloris. Wins one cup and becomes conference level.
— Ciarán (@CiaransTweets) November 10, 2018
He is just not that good anymore
— Jamie (@mkcjamie) November 10, 2018
Give Kane the armband and ship him off while we can still get a bit for him. Needs to change
— mitch? (@mitch_burr1) November 10, 2018
A total liability. Everytime he receives the ball i panic.
— londons finest (@cockneymagic) November 10, 2018
Can we just have Gazza back please, cheers.
— ItsRandall (@ItsRandall26) November 10, 2018
Professional away performance ??Foyth Lloris Sissoko excellent! #COYS
— Kenny Palmer (@KennyPalmer) November 10, 2018
Big win! Foyth and Lloris superb and Sissoko turning up with some great runs and passes! COME ONNNN! #SissokoFC
— David (@DavidTHFC_) November 10, 2018
Lloris gave up drink driving and took on drink playing, apparently
— Meat Biter (@biter_meat) November 10, 2018
Dont be distracted and forget Lloris saved us again today! pic.twitter.com/uOScu8tbYo
— Spursy (@Zoklioghost) November 10, 2018