‘Captain’ Lloris Tired of the tight schedule… “It’s mentally and physically difficult”

Tottenham Hotspur captain Hugo Lloris has admitted he has struggled after the World Cup.

Britain’s ‘The Sun’ reported on the 22nd (Korean time), “Goalkeeper Lloris admitted that he was suffering after the World Cup. He received a lot of criticism after returning from the World Cup.”

Lloris joined Tottenham from Olympique Lyonnais in the summer of 2012. Except for his first season, he has established himself as an undisputed main player by playing more than 40 games in all competitions every season. Lloris has already played 441 games in the Tottenham uniform for the 11th season.

However, he has been struggling lately. Even if you look at this season alone, Tottenham is currently conceding 31 runs in the English Premier League (EPL). This is a record that corresponds to the 6th place from the bottom. Anxiety in Tottenham’s defensive line is also a cause, but it can be seen that the frequent mistakes of goalkeeper Lloris also play a large role in the high run rate.

Recently, mistakes that are not like Yoris have been coming out. In the ‘North London Derby’ confrontation with Arsenal held on the 16th, goalkeeper Lloris made a mistake by not properly handling Bukayo Saka’s cross and putting it into his own goal. He has not shown any sense of stability, conceding four runs in the head-to-head match against Manchester City. 바카라사이트

Goalkeeper Lloris also admitted his sluggishness recently. According to an interview published by Britain’s ‘The Sun’, goalkeeper Lloris said: “You have to consider that it’s not a normal season. From the beginning of September until the World Cup, we played once every three days. I went back and played every 3-4 days,” he said, expressing that he was tired of the tight schedule.

“It’s very difficult to give your best physically as well as mentally,” added Lloris goalkeeper. “I want to not give up even when I face difficulties at times, I want to push through and be prepared for the important period of the season.”

Goalkeeper Lloris promised to compete for 4th place until the end. “We know we are short on points and we have to chase other teams to finish in the top four, but we have a lot of games and we have to stay confident and positive,” he said.

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