Hugo Lloris’s All Time Premier League Stats

Hugo Lloris
Hugo Lloris

Here are Hugo Lloris’s all-time stats in the Premier League

Hugo Lloris is one of the biggest reasons that Tottenham were able to qualify for 2022/23 UEFA Champions League. Can you tell how many clean sheets has the French goalkeeper kept till now?

This article will tell you about Hugo Lloris’s all-time stats in the Premier League.

All-Time Stats

Goalkeeping

  • Saves – 907
  • Penalties Saved – 5
  • Punches – 195
  • High Claims – 260
  • Catches – 103
  • Sweeper Clearances – 283
  • Throw Outs – 1,564
  • Goal Kicks – 2,413

Defence

  • Clean Sheets – 120
  • Goals Conceded – 359
  • Errors leading to goals – 20
  • Own Goals – 0

Discipline

  • Yellow Cards – 5
  • Red Cards – 0
  • Fouls – 3

Team Play

  • Goals – 0
  • Assists – 0
  • Passes – 8,348
  • Passes Per Match – 24.83
  • Accurate Long Balls – 1,840

Individual

  • Appearances – 336
  • Clean Sheets – 120
  • Wins – 192
  • Loses – 78

Tottenham Hotspur finished 4th on Premier League point table this season. However, they had to fight for their UCL entry since they were hanging off between 6th to 8th position before Antonio Conte’s arrival at the club.

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If it weren’t Hugo Lloris blocking all those powerful shots and Harry Kane and Son scoring at the front, Tottenham would not have qualified for next season’s UEFA Champions League. Not that they were the only three who assisted the team.

Most Clean Sheets In Football History

  1. Gianluigi Buffon – 409 cs in 900 games
  2. Petr Cech – 365 cs in 836 games
  3. Iker Casillas – 365 cs in 883 games
  4. Pepe Reina – 355 cs in 883 games
  5. Manuel Neuer – 344 cs in 757 games
  6. Hugo Lloris – 290 cs in 832 games
  7. Edwin Van Der Sar – 271 cs in 573 games
  8. Victor Valdes – 260 cs in 586 games
  9. Landreau – 256 cs in 661 games
  10. Samir Handanovic – 244 cs in 698 games

Hugo Lloris is still way too far from surpassing Gianluigi Buffon’s record of 409 clean sheets. Even Manuel Neuer, who many of the football fans consider the greatest goalkeeper of all time, has less clean sheets than Pep Reina and Petr Cech.