Hugo Lloris makes incredible save against Germany

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France have secured their place in the final of Euro 2016 after a thrilling 2-0 victory over Germany at the Stade Velodrome.

Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann was at the double for the host nation and now Didier Deschamps' side will take on Portugal on Sunday. 

It was an admirable performance from France, who just about managed to keep their opponents at bay throughout proceedings. 


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It must be noted, however, that they rode their luck on a couple of occasions. 

With time running out, and Germany piling on the pressure, Tottenham shot-stopper Hugo Lloris produced one of the moments of the match.

Brilliant save 

Lloris, 29, has played a prominent role for France throughout the course of the tournament, but it's fair to say that his save from Joshua Kimmich's thumping header was his highlight of the competition so far. 

As you can see by the video below, Kimmich connected with the ball brilliantly but was somehow denied by the outstanding Lloris. 

Of course, there was quite the reaction on Twitter - not only from Tottenham fans - to the world-class stop. It certainly shocked most people on social media.

Here are the best tweets: 

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