Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris slammed his fans after booing a team-mate during last night’s Premier League game.
Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris slammed his side’s supporters in anger after Davinson Sanchez was booed during the side’s defeat to Bournemouth. In the UFABET Premier League last night (Saturday, April 15, 2023), Spurs missed the opportunity to advance into the top four. After Dongo Watara’s injury-time goal helped The Cher . Harry’s won 3-2 in north London.
Sanchez was brought on after 35 minutes to replace the injured Clement Lenglet. With Spurs taking the lead 1-0 from Son Heungmin, Bournemouth equalized in the 38th minute from the moment Pedro Porro missed the ball. Before it went through Dominic Solanke and paid. The ball continued for Matias Vina to get the ball into the penalty area. Before firing against Hugo Lloris just 28 minutes after he was substituted. Stellini made another substitution, with Arnaut Danchuma on for Sanchez. To the point where Spurs fans booed the defender as he left the pitch.
“It started earlier. when he came down earlier I’ve never seen this before in my career. I feel very bad for Davinson. Because he is my teammate and friend. He has been fighting for Spurs for years,” Spurs captain Lloris told BeIN Sport. “This is a sad story for the club, for the fans and the players. You don’t want to see it in football.
Stellini explained after the game that he was substituted for tactical reasons as Spurs leveled. It was a decision that seemed to pay off as Danchuma equalized before Bournemouth clinched the three points. “I understand it’s a difficult time for everyone. And we have to analyze this moment. Everyone has to analyze how important it is to support players,” said Stellini. “I am responsible for our decisions. I think early in the game I would use more strikers because it was the first half and we were 1-0 up, so I don’t think it’s time to switch to the striker . 2-1 I think it was the moment. Davinson had to know that it was just a tactical decision. But we have to support him because it is a very difficult time for him and for everyone in the squad. So we have to create harmony in the dressing room and between us. and we will do that.”
Spurs are three points clear of the top four and now face Newcastle United and Manchester United in third and fourth respectively. They head to Tyneside next weekend before hosting Erik ten Hag’s side on April 27, with Stellini insisting he will not hesitate to “continue”. Playing for Davinson in front of home fans if the situation calls for “If we want it, yes,” said the interim boss. “He’s a professional player. We have to be strong for the team. But I repeat that if the team puts more pressure on us when we score the first goal We’re here to talk about a different situation. What needs to change is the mindset. It’s not just Davinson. But the whole team can help. All the players on the field.”