France captain and World Cup winner, Hugo Lloris has announced his retirement from international football at the age of 36.

After 145 games and four World Cup, reaching two finals (2018, 2022) and captaining his side to win it in 2018, Hugo Lloris announced he’s retiring from international football.

Despite not having a trophy filled cabinet at club level, Lloris led the France team to the 2021 UEFA Nations League title and the 2018 FIFA World Cup where France defeated Croatia 4-2 in the Final.

He also won the French cup in 2011/12 and the French Super Cup in 2012/13 with Olympique Lyon.

In 2005, Lloris won the U19 European Cup with France when he first broke into the football spotlight.

As at the time of filing this report, the Tottenham Hotspur captain has featured 720 times in goal, conceded 779 times and kept 246 clean sheets.