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sport news Hugo Lloris insists he is not the WEAK LINK after English media labelled him ... trends now

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Hugo Lloris insists he is not the WEAK LINK in France's World Cup bid after English media targeted him as Les Bleus' Achilles heel... and warns he will answer his critics 'on the ground' in Saturday's quarterfinal clash

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Hugo Lloris has hit back at his critics in a press conference after claims that he is the Achilles heel in France's star-studded squad ahead of Saturday's quarterfinal clash with England

The World Cup-winning goalkeeper has come in for increasingly poor reviews as a result of his footwork in Qatar, with British outlet The Telegraph claiming that he does not even come close to English keeper Jordan Pickford

But in a pre-match press conference the French skipper dismissed the comparisons, insisting he was focused on the upcoming grudge match, instead warning that he would do his talking on the pitch.

Hugo Lloris dismissed comparisons with Jordan Pickford claiming he would do his talking on the pitch

Hugo Lloris dismissed comparisons with Jordan Pickford claiming he would do his talking on the pitch

The Tottenham Hotspur shot-stopper was quick to brush aside claims of any pressure and insisted that as the tournament wears on, the demand for perfection only increases. 

'Not in a press conference, not through the media. The most important thing is the ground. We ignore all that,' he insisted. 

'You don't necessarily need motivation from outside for a World Cup quarter-final. They have their opinion, it will be necessary to answer on the

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