Arsenal and Tottenham are currently locked in Premier League action at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Arsenal headed into the game sat top of the Premier League, aware that a win would see them once more move eight points clear at the summit.
The Gunners have lost just one league game all season before Sunday and likely fancied their chances against a Spurs side who have been inconsistent since the restart.
At the time of writing, Arsenal are 1-0 up thanks to a Bukayo Saka effort 14 minutes in. Saka was played down the right and attempted to cross the ball into the box. However, his effort went straight at Lloris who parried the ball into his own net.
Arsenal have controlled the game for the most part and probably should have been 1-0 up earlier, also because of a Lloris mistake.
Hugo Lloris received the ball and took an extra touch instead of passing the ball. He was then forced to stab the ball towards Clement Lenglet, who also should have cleared the ball but tried to play out from the back.
The Frenchman’s pass was intercepted by Gabriel Martinelli before the Brazilian played in Eddie Nketiah. Nketiah’s effort on goal was poor but Arsenal really should have been 1-0 up after mistakes from Lloris and Lenglet.
Lloris was also poor in the previous NLD and has received a fair bit of criticism for his display on Sunday: