HUGO LLORIS dropped another clanger to gift Newcastle the lead at Tottenham.

The Spurs goalkeeper came rushing out of his area to try and intercept an overhit pass through the middle.



Rather than waiting for it to bounce into his area, the Frenchman tried to chest it under control before running into Callum Wilson.

The Toon striker stood his ground and was bundled into by the Tottenham captain.

Lloris threw himself to the floor – complaining of a foul – as Wilson carried on and produced a deft left-footed chip from 25 yards over Eric Dier into the unguarded net.

Wilson ran away in celebration as Lloris immediately pleaded his case to the referee.

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But a lengthy VAR check came to nothing and the goal stood – leaving Lloris red-faced and Tottenham behind.

And fans piled in on the 35-year-old veteran shot-stopper.

One asked: "What is he doing hahaha."

Another quipped: "Never in a month of Sundays is that a foul."

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A third added: "Hugo Lloris. It’s time to upgrade. This is happening too many times."

A fourth said: "I genuinely believe Hugo Lloris is one of the most overrated players in Premier League history. He’s a walking error."

One put it: "Hugo Lloirs is at it again (episode 653)."

And a final user commented: "Hugo Lloris is having an absolute nightmare here."

Lloris' mood was made worse when his poor kick out to the left saw the ball come back to his area and Miguel Almiron slotted under him for 2-0.

The latest blunder follows on from his horror error in the North London Derby, spilling the ball for Gabriel Jesus to bundle in.

And in February, he dropped one for Ilkay Gundogan at the Etihad.

His tally of three errors leading to goals since the start of last season is topped only by Tim Krul's four among Premier League goalkeepers.



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