Tottenham captain Hugo Lloris has described his half-time incident with Heung Min Son in Monday’s 1-0 win over Everton as “part of football” – and admitted confirmed there is no problem between the Spurs duo.
In the final seconds of the first-half, Toffee’s forward Richarlison came within a whisker of cancelling out Michael Keane’s own goal – with the Frenchman clearly not happen with Son’s role in conceding the chance.
Once the whistle blew, an angry Lloris confronted the South Korean and had to be separated by Harry Winks and Giovani Lo Celso, who both acted as peacemakers.
However, Lloris denied any issue between the two. Watch his interview below.
🗣 "It belongs to the changing room, I was annoyed but it's part of football"
Hugo Lloris on the half-time fight with Son pic.twitter.com/8162VySiLd
— Football Daily (@footballdaily) July 6, 2020