Tottenham's Euro 2016 update: Lloris into the final with France whilst Ben Davies watches on as Wales crash out

Hugo Lloris will represent Tottenham Hotspur in the final.

Tottenham's Euro 2016 update: Lloris into the final with France whilst Ben Davies watches on as Wales crash out
Lloris celebrates France's win (photo: BPI)

Tottenham Hotspur have one sole representative left at Euro 2016 ahead of Sunday's final, with France to take on Portugal at the Stade de France to determine the winner of the tournament.

Lloris on form as France beat Germany

That man is Hugo Lloris, who successfully captained France to a 2-0 win over Germany in Thursday's semi-final, Antoine Griezmann scoring twice to secure the win for Les Blues, despite a constant of German attacks during a period in the first half.

Lloris stood tall for France, making a fantastic save low to his right from Liverpool midfielder Emre Can with the score at 0-0, whilst he was well on his guard for the flurry of German set-pieces that rained in.

Even when the match was one, Germany were still plugging away for a consolation goal in the final few minutes, but the Spurs 'keeper was on form to deny them, diving valiantly to his left in stoppage time to keep out a Thomas Müller header.

Lloris dealt with everything that was thrown at him (photo: Reuters)
Lloris dealt with everything that was thrown at him (photo: Reuters)

Davies bowed out on Wednesday

Unfortunately for the only other Spurs player to make it to the semi-final, Ben Davies, Wales went down 2-0 to Portugal the night before, meaning that their brilliant run came to an end thanks to goals from Cristiano Ronaldo and Luis Nani.

Davies didn't feature on Wednesday, having picked up his second yellow card of the tournament during the 3-1 quarter-final victory over Belgium, meaning he was suspended and watched from the sidelines alongside fellow suspendee Aaron Ramsey.

Following the completion of the finals on Sunday, both Davies and Lloris will have around three weeks off before resuming pre-season training with Mauricio Pochettino's Lilywhites, ahead of their Premier League curtain raiser against Everton on August 13.

For now, Spurs fans will be keeping their fingers crossed that it's their skipper lifting the famous trophy on Sunday night.