Jermaine Jenas calls on Spurs to drop Hugo Lloris for Paulo Gazzaniga


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Hugo Lloris made an error that led to Liverpool's winner against Tottenham
  • He failed to hold a tame Mo Salah header before Toby Alderweireld's own goal midfielder Jermaine Jenas thinks the goalkeeper should be dropped
  • Jenas says that Paulo Gazzaniga should replace Lloris to get Spurs & # 39; across the line & # 39;
  • Robert Summerscales For Mailonline

    A last minute handling error ensured that Liverpool could steal the victory after Spurs was the better team in the second half. not the first time Lloris was thrown out this season – with notable errors against Barcelona and PSV – and former Spurs midfielder Jenas believes that back-up keeper Paulo Gazzaniga should be promoted to first choice

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    Keeper Hugo Lloris made a costly foul, as Tottenham lost 2-1 to Liverpool on Sunday Lloris failed to hold a tame Mo Salah header and the ball was in his net moments later.

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    Every time I watch Gazzaniga play, play he very well, & Jenas told BBC Match of the Day.

    & # 39; If you are now Gazzaniga, you go:. And I think he should do it. & # 39;

    Gazzaniga, 27, made 10 Spurs appearances this season, including two in the Premier League when Lloris was not available in September.

    Lloris is much more experienced than Gazzaniga, but Jenas fears that the poor form of the Frenchman could cost Spurs to be in the top four if manager Mauricio Pochettino doesn't make any changes. : & # 39; I think he has had a difficult few seasons. I don't think it's one season.

    & # 39; He is 32 years old, he is a World Cup winner. He was at the club when I was there in 2012. He should be at the height of his powers now.

    & # 39; We go through it (bad shape) as players, but a decision has to be made to ensure that they have the [Spursstillhas

    play seven Premier League matches – five of which will take place in their new stadium

    Sunday's defeat in Liverpool left Pochettino & # 39; s side face on points with fourth place Manchester United and only one above Arsenal, playing their hand in hand at home in Newcastle on Monday evening.

    Jermaine Jenas believes Tottenham should drop Lloris or run the risk of missing a top four-finish "

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