When a colleague received ‘the greatest booing’, Lloris said, “It’s a pity, he’s the best player”

Hugo Lloris said, “It’s a pity” to see Davinson Sanchez facing huge criticism.

Tottenham Hotspur lost 2-3 to Bournemouth in the 31st round of the English Premier League (EPL) in the 2022-23 season held at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England on the 15th at 11:00 pm (Korean time). As a result, Tottenham (53 points) remained in 5th place.

Even when Son Heung-min scored the opening goal, 카지노사이트Tottenham’s atmosphere was good. Then, Clément Lenglet was injured and Matthias Bina’s equalizer turned the tide. Dominic Solanke scored a come-from-behind goal in the 6th minute of the second half, turning the score upside down. Acting manager Christian Stellini put Arnaut Danjuma and Richarlison in succession. Danjuma scored the equalizer, but in the second half of extra time Dango Watara conceded the goal and lost 2-3.

Sanchez was pointed out as the culprit of the come-from-behind defeat. Sanchez started on the bench, but came on in the 35th minute when Lenglet was out with an injury. Sanchez started as a stopper on the right, but he was uneasy throughout. I couldn’t control the Bournemouth attack driving the ball well. He was involved in every point he lost. When Solanke scored a come-from-behind goal, he was scolded for being in a hurry and unable to block it.

Sanchez, who received a lot of booing, was replaced by Danzuma in the 13th minute of the second half. It was a humiliating reshuffling. Although he needed an attack, he decided that it would be better to play as a 4-back without Sanchez because the defense was so unstable. Boos ensued as Sanchez entered the bench and his expression was very dark. He even expressed regret by covering his face with his hands.

England’s ‘Football London’ gave Sanchez a rating of two and criticized him, saying, “The crowd booed his touch.” The UK’s ‘Evening Standard’ also gave it a rating of 3, saying, “It’s a cameo that decided the game miserably.” Tottenham midfielder Jamie O’Hara strongly criticized Sanchez, saying, “Sanchez should never come to the football field for Tottenham.”

Captain Lloris told Bein Sports: “It has never been in my career to boo a player like this. I feel sorry for Sanchez. He is my teammate and friend and has fought for Tottenham for many years now. . It’s just sad. It’s a sad story for everyone. It’s a scene you don’t want to see in football,” he defended Sanchez.

Despite Lloris’ defense, criticism toward Sanchez continues. It was an ongoing criticism. Sanchez has been steadily receiving opportunities since coming to 42 million euros (about 60.3 billion won) in 2017, but failed to live up to expectations and was evaluated as a surplus resource. Although he remains in the Tottenham first team squad, he is grabbing the backs of Tottenham fans with a dizzying appearance every time he comes out. It is highly likely to be named as the number one emission this summer.

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