Lloris, very tough with Dibu Martínez: “I’m a good person to destabilize the opponent” and “I don’t know how to do stupid things in goal”

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The World Cup final between Argentina and France continues to produce side notes. And, before Hugo Lloris said goodbye to the Gala Selection, all the controversies of the Qatar 2023 final arose and Dibu Martínez once again took center stage.

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The goalkeeper announced the end of his career in an interview with the newspaper L’Equipe which went around the world: “I have decided to end my career in the national team, with the feeling that I have given everything.”

Lloris steps aside to make room for the group of goalkeepers who will begin the journey towards the next World Cup: “There’s a goalkeeper ready and I need to have some time for myself, my family and my children”, he said said , referring to Milan goalkeeper Mike Mignan.

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Furthermore, he said that what motivated me to continue was the possibility of repeating the championship with France: “What has really driven me in recent months is the World Cup.”

Aside from his move to the national team, the goalkeeper will continue to defend Tottenham’s goal: “I hope that a little more detachment will allow me to continue playing at a high level for several years and that I will have more freshness”.

But his words became relevant when he referred to the style of the Argentine goalkeeper, Emiliano Martínez: “There are things I don’t know how to do. Playing in goal, destabilizing the opponent, playing on the edge, doing stupid things, I don’t know how ago. I’m too rational, too honest to go into that area. I don’t know how to win like this.”

Source: Clarin

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