Hugo Lloris seriously injured at the elbow : the terrible images that hurt the Tweeters

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Hugo Lloris seriously injured at the elbow : the terrible images

Ouch ouch ouch. While Tottenham met Brighton in the Premier League on Saturday 5 October 2019, Hugo Lloris was seriously injured as early as the 3rd minute of the game. Falling heavily on his arm, the keeper has seen his elbow back and was taken out on a stretcher and under respiratory assistance. Terrible images that hurt the Tweeters…

The images are terrible. As early as the third minute of the meeting Brighton-Tottenham in the Premier League on Saturday 5 October 2019, Hugo Lloris was badly wounded in the left elbow. We see, in fact, falling heavily on his left arm, making his elbow to look back, before the Spurs keeper no screams of pain. It was then taken out on a stretcher, under respiratory assistance. The healers would have presented her with the elbow “up” and it would have been then transported by ambulance to the hospital in Brighton.

Terrible elbow injury to Hugo Lloris

Terrible images that were done wrong to many internet users. Already, fans assume the worst. If there are large chances that this injury prevents the Champion of the World to participate in the next qualification matches of the Blues to the Euro-2020, which would leave his place to Mandanda, others are already seeing the end of the career of the husband of Marine Lloris.

Images that hurt the Tweeters

On Twitter, people are cold in the back face to images : “It is horrible slow motion of the injury to Lloris, I’m going to have nightmares… The poor”, one can read, or “Me, the injury of H. LLORIS it hurt me in the elbow”. Many are those who have lent their support to the footballer : “The injury to Lloris shock me a lot, it is terrible that it is happening and I hope that he will come back stronger.”, “Big force to our champion of the world, and especially captain. Hoping really that this injury is not synonymous with end-of-career. Come back soon Sir Hugo Lloris”. We join with them to wish him a good recovery.

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