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#FirstTeam #Statistics #HugoLloris

Stats special - Hugo hitting the heights

Fri 31 July 2020, 11:37|Tottenham Hotspur

Hugo Lloris is climbing up the appearance charts at Spurs - including stepping into our top five in the Premier League.

Our captain and number one moved from 251 to 260 appearances following the return of the Premier League after lockdown.

Hugo is one of only six players to play over 250 times for us in the Premier League, which started in 1992/93. Darren Anderton still tops the list on 299. We have 14 players who have played 200 times or more including Harry Kane, who reached the 200 mark at Sheffield United on 2 July.

200+ appearances in the Premier League

299 - Darren Anderton
276 – Jermain Defoe
268 – Ledley King
266 – Aaron Lennon
260 - Hugo Lloris
255 – Sol Campbell
240 – Ian Walker
238 – Robbie Keane
236 – Teddy Sheringham
236 – Michael Dawson
232 - Jan Vertonghen
226 – Stephen Carr
226 - Christian Eriksen
207 - Harry Kane

Hugo’s nine appearances after lockdown took him to 325 in all competitions for the Club after signing from Lyon back in August, 2012. That means he’s into our all-time top 30 appearances makers, climbing ahead of Club greats Bobby Smith (318), Dave Mackay (319), Ledley King (323), Michael Dawson (324) and Ron Burgess (324). Next in his sights, Eddie Baily (also on 325) and fellow goalkeeper Ray Clemence (330).

Legendary former captain Steve Perryman tops this list on 854, followed by Gary Mabbutt (611) and Pat Jennings (590). We featured Steve, Gary and Pat in this special 2,055 series during lockdown.

All-time appearances - top 30

1 - 854 - Steve Perryman (1969-86)
2 - 611 - Gary Mabbutt (1982-98)
3 - 590 - Pat Jennings (1964-77)
4 - 506 - Cyril Knowles (1964-75)
5 - 490 - Glenn Hoddle (1975-87)
6 - 452 - Ted Ditchburn (1946-58)
7 - 439 - Alan Gilzean (1964-74)
8 - 438 - Jimmy Dimmock (1919-31)
9 - 420 - Phil Beal (1963-75)
10 - 415 - John Pratt (1969-80)
11 - 411 - Maurice Norman (1955-65)
12 - 398 - Chris Hughton (1979-90)
13 - 397 - Mike England (1966-75)
14 - 382 - Danny Blanchflower (1954-63)
15 - 379 - Jimmy Greaves (1961-70)
16 - 378 - Cliff Jones (1958-68)
17 - 373 - Alan Mullery (1964-72)
18 - 370 - Paul Allen (1985-93)
19 - 367 - Martin Chivers (1968-76)
20 - 367 - Aaron Lennon (2005-15)
21 - 363 - Jermain Defoe (2004-14)
22 - 360 - Arthur Grimsdell (1912-29)
23 - 358 - Darren Anderton (1992-2004)
24 - 351 - Tommy Clay (1914-29)
25 - 342 - Peter Baker (1953-65)
26 - 341 - Bill Nicholson (1938-54)
27 - 335 - David Howells (1986-98)
28 - 330 - Ray Clemence (1981-87)
29 - 325 - Hugo Lloris (2012-
30 - 325 - Eddie Baily (1947-55)

In terms of his fellow goalkeepers, Hugo climbed ahead of Ian Walker in all-time goalkeeping league appearances when he led the team out at Selhurst Park on Sunday. As mentioned above, that took him to 260 league appearances, one ahead of ‘Walks’ on 259 and means he’s third in that all-time list behind Pat Jennings (472) and Ted Ditchburn (418). With 325 appearances in all competitions, he’s just five behind Ray Clemence (330).

Goalkeepers - all competitions

590 - Pat Jennings (1964-1977)
452 - Ted Ditchburn (1946-1958)
330 - Ray Clemence (1981-1987)
325 - Hugo Lloris (2012-)
313 - Ian Walker (1991-2001)
262 - Bill Brown (1959-1966)

Goalkeepers - league only

472 - Pat Jennings (1964-1977)
418 - Ted Ditchburn (1946-1958)
260 - Hugo Lloris (2012-)
259 - Ian Walker (1991-2001)
240 - Ray Clemence (1981-1987)
222 - Bill Brown (1959-1966)

There is one more appearance list worth keeping a close eye on - for both Hugo and Harry Kane. Hugo has moved level with Aaron Lennon on 58 European appearances for the Club, just six behind Steve Perryman on 64. Already our all-time leading goalscorer in Europe on 30, Harry is just behind on 55. Indeed, the pair are two of only six players to make 50-plus appearances for the Club in European competition.

All-time European appearances

64 - Steve Perryman
58 - Hugo Lloris, Aaron Lennon
56 - Jan Vertonghen
55 - Harry Kane
51 - Christian Eriksen