France captain and Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has today attended a minute’s silence for the victims of last week’s Nice terror attacks.
84 people lost their lives in the attack, which saw Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel drive a lorry for over a mile down the Promenade des Anglais, killing dozens as they celebrated Bastille Day.
The incident was the second terror attack in France in the last year, after 130 people were killed in November in Paris.
Lloris and wife Marine attended the ceremony and paid their respects, as French citizens threw rubbish and spat on the spot where the attacker was killed by police.
The Spurs goalkeeper is currently relaxing with family in France, after playing every minute of France’s run to the Euro 2016 final, where they were beaten by Portugal in extra time.
Lloris will return to Spurs soon to begin pre-season preparations, ahead of the new season which kicks off on August 13.
Spurs face Everton in their league opener at Goodison Park and will play Champions League football this season, after finishing third in a two horse race last year.