You're out of order, Fabian! Friedel hits out at former United keeper Barthez for 'ignorant' comments

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Posted Saturday, September 22, 2012 by Dailymail

You're out of order, Fabian! Friedel hits out at former United keeper Barthez for 'ignorant' comments
Remember the name: Lloris wants to be the first name on Andre Villas Boas; team-sheet

Part of the reason why Lloris had little to do last night was because of an excellent performance from Steven Caulker.

Caulker, who spent last season on loan at Swansea, has impressed so much recently that he has jumped ahead of skipper Michael Dawson in the Spurs pecking order and has also earned a call-up to the England squad.

The 20-year-old was making just his second Tottenham start last night, but he performed brilliantly alongside Jan Vertonghen to keep veteran Germany striker Miroslav Klose quiet.

'Klose is a fantastic player,' Caulker said.

'He was fantastic with his movement and me and Jan had to be aware of him.

'We dealt with him well and defended to our best.'

Had referee Hategan not judged that Caulker had pushed Stefano Mauri on his way to heading in during the second half, the defender's first European game would have been even more memorable.

'The decision was a tad harsh," Caulker said.

'We were unfortunate with Clint Dempsey's goal as well being marked offside, but we got a clean sheet so I was happy with that.

'Lazio looked dangerous on the counter-attack so it was good to keep a clean sheet and I'm sure that at the other end the goals will come.'

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