France goalkeeper hugo loris sent text message to England striker harry kane afterwards Tottenham Hotspur teammate late fined over the crossbar on his side 2-1 World Cup quarter-finals Defeat on Saturday.
Kane’s late miss proved decisive in the game that knocked England out of the World Cup, but Lloris, who has been Kane’s teammate in north London for the best part of a decade, was quick to reach the striker, who was on the field. I had fallen. Final whistle.
“It is a difficult time for the England national team and for Harry,” Lloris told reporters on Tuesday ahead of Wednesday’s semi-final Morocco,
“I don’t need to go too far. We had a text [exchange] after the game. Finding the words was not easy. He needed some time to rest.
“But I think he can be proud of what he has done for the national team.”
Lloris and Kane will be back in action against Spurs Brentford The Premier League is back in action on 26 December after the winter break for the World Cup.
Lloris believes Kane – England’s joint record scorer and who is closing in on Jimmy Greaves’ all-time Spurs goal record – will make up for the omission and continue to hit the back of the net for club and country. Will come back for
“In the history of football, several top players have missed penalties in their careers — Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo – but I have no doubt that Harry will keep his chin up and help Tottenham and the national team shine,” said Lloris.