To put it simply, the Premier League is now the sole bright light shining in Tottenham's gloomy season, should Lloris make another howler as he did against PSV, in the game against Manchester City, it could prove fatal for Tottenham's Premier League campaign.
Spurs were leading 2-1 in a must-win match at the Philips Stadion and had chances to score again, but goalkeeper Hugo Lloris was sent off for a rash tackle in the 79th minute and Luuk de Jong grabbed a late equaliser for the hosts.
"Although there have been games where he's been superb - in one recently he made two or three saves and got a result out of it". The Spurs striker did not look to be interfering with play.
Lloris came charging out of his goal and took out Lozano - the French World Cup winning captain giving referee Slavko Vincic little choice but to brandish the red card.
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"It's not hard to analyse the game".
PSV, the 1988 European champion and flawless so far this season in the Dutch Eredivisie, has failed to win any of its Champions League matches this this year, following a winless campaign last season.
"We didn't force it". That's why we're so disappointed.More news: Ruben Loftus-Cheek happy with competition at Maurizio Sarri's Chelsea
"The problem is when you are so, so good, when you play much better, dominate the game and create the best chances and if you can't kill the game, the game is always open and with some action you can concede a goal or a chance like we conceded, an accident for Hugo and the decision didn't help us".
Pochettino refused to blame Lloris and he preferred to complain about the decision to dismiss him.
"We deserved to win but that's football", Pochettino added.
"Hugo doesn't need to apologise to myself or the team".
'He doesn't need to apologise. "It can happen in football".
Spurs would have been looking at the game in Holland as one they needed to get three points in to have any chance of qualifying for the next stage of the competition. "It is almost over", Pochettino said.
Back-to-back losses to Barcelona and Inter left both these teams in need of a win, and while a point does not rule out their progress to the last 16, neither Spurs nor PSV will be overly happy. It will be very hard.
However, Christian Eriksen and Mousa Dembele are pushing for recalls after overcoming injuries while Hueng-min Son and Serge Aurier could also come back in to the starting eleven today. "It feels like a defeat". He has lacked confidence on the ball, which led to his mistake against PSV. The referee didn't want to give us a goal, it was a proper goal [by Sánchez]. Everything went against us.