FILE PHOTO: France soccer team goalkeeper Hugo Lloris speaks during a news conference at the city hall in Nice, after their victory in the 2018 Russia Soccer World Cup, France, July 18, 2018. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard/File Photo
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France's World Cup-winning captain Hugo Lloris has apologized for his "unacceptable" behaviour after the Tottenham keeper was charged with drink-driving Friday.Just weeks after playing a key role in France's World Cup glory, Lloris's reputation has been tarnished by his late-night antics.Lloris was pulled over in a routine stop at 2:20 am in Gloucester Place, central London.Lloris signed a new £150,000 ($193,000)-per-week deal at Tottenham during the summer as he was rewarded for another fine season.After leading France to their World Cup triumph, Lloris returned to domestic action with Tottenham.
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