Hugo Lloris urges sloppy Spurs to learn from mistakes

Hope Soto
November 7, 2018

"Of course it is always nice to hear the players say one of the reasons is the manager, one of the reasons is the chairman, one of the reasons is the new stadium, so exciting", Pochettino said.

"Look it's always hard to take decisions, of course the fans are disappointed".

"We were just on the attack all the time", said Kane.

"If you watch the game, Moussa Sissoko compensates that situation".

The home faithful voiced their displeasure when Pochettino withdrew the lively Lucas just after the hour-mark, when the visitors were leading 1-0.

"But I have nothing to say about the fans, I am so happy, so grateful and I understand their reaction, maybe if it was me in the stand I should be the same, but I am so happy".

"When you are competitive at that level, if you are not good enough, if you are not clinical or defend poorly like in the last minute in the Inter Milan game".

Spurs appeared to be doomed as they trailed for much of the Group B match, but they turned things around late on to capitalise on the Italian side dropping points at home to Barcelona.

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"If we have to play a different way, we have to play a different way. Are we going to have the possibility to fix problems or are we going to manage in the same way?" "But I am also optimistic". I thought we were so close to winning the game [against Inter Milan in Italy].

Foyth gave away the first of two penalties on 68 minutes with a mistimed challenge on Jimenez, although the more experienced Trippier must share some of the responsibility for losing the ball attempting a nutmeg on his own byline. It was in the end the team fighting and making a fantastic effort. "In the end the team never gave up and we found our reward".

In his eagerness to rest players ahead of Tuesday, Pochettino handed a Premier League debut to 20-year-old centre-back Juan Foyth, who enjoyed an excellent first half before conceding both penalties after the break.

"We achieved one, two and in the last 10 minutes, anything can happen", he added.

Spurs defender Ben Davies would not be drawn on whether his side would have the advantage of playing on such a poor surface.

"But yes, I am so happy right from the beginning".

DF Kieran Trippier, 5 - Delivered a fine half-volleyed cross for Lucas' goal, but cancelled that out at the other end when his attempt to nutmeg an opponent in a risky area led to Wolves' first penalty.

There is one crumb of comfort for the Tottenham manager, as Dele Alli is expected to be fit to feature against the Eredivisie outfit, despite missing the win at Molineux over the weekend.

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