Hugo Lloris-Son Fight: Watch Tottenham Hotspur players fighting against each other before heading into the tunnel at half-time Vs Everton.
In a strange incident in the Premier League Tottenham Hotspur captain, Hugo Lloris was seen furiously changing words with teammate Heung-Min Son, while heading towards the tunnel.
Much was unknown about the cause of dispute, but the half-time, SkySports pundits tried to analyze what wrong went between the two players that caused such distress on the pitch.
As observed, towards the end of the half, Son appeared to give up too easily which led to Richarlison eventually picking up the ball and firing just wide.
Due to which Lloris was fuming at Son for his clumsiness on the pitch. However, later things seemed normal as Son and Lloris were seen embracing each other before the start of the second half.
Watch Hugo Lloris-Son Fight
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! 🤬
Watch the second half live on Sky Sports PL! 📺 pic.twitter.com/pw7l8fklBg
— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) July 6, 2020
Hugo Lloris confronted Son Heung-Min right after the halftime whistle.
— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) July 6, 2020
Is everything alright with Spurs?
Manager Jose Mourinho claims that the club has the right set of players to progress further, “In this team, we have lots of people of the right age, with the right quality, with the right ambition,” Mourinho said before the clash against Everton
“So I would say that in three, four, five years’ time, the base of the team will still be around. Important players that are in the club now. That’s why I say we don’t need to make lots of changes. I believe we have an important nucleus of players.
But the fans are concerned about Spurs’ state and form under Mourinho, as his stint so far has been underwhelming as the North London club is set to end outside the top-4.
“(Like some of the fans), I want too much too soon, but I think my realism is stronger with experience. I think it’s very important to be realistic, to be in control of emotions and to understand that there is a process.
“I understand the fans’ ambitions of course. I understand people dream of the best things, they don’t dream of the worst things, but it takes time.
“The good thing is that we are all together in the club. We are all very stable, very realistic, very experienced and we are going to get there.”