Lloris urges Tottenham to learn from mistakes

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After taking a 3-0 lead, two penalties allowed Wolves back into the game, which ended 3-2 to Spurs.

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.

Trippier had earlier set up a goal for Lucas Moura with a trademark cross, but Pochettino has reminded the England global of his defensive duties.

He said: "We could have got anything".

"You are going to see or have the answer".

Dele Alli became the latest key man to sign a new long-term contract on Monday when he agreed terms on a six-year deal to take him through to 2024.

This all comes off the back of the club failing to sign any players during the summer transfer window while the backdrop of continued delays to the new White Hart Lane stadium continue to concern supporters.

"It's like no different full-back in the world".

"Your wife is so happy to be with you and feels in love with you".

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

First, on 27 minutes, Lamela produced touches of real quality to hold off two defenders, play a clever one-two with Son and fire a crisp, low finish past Rui Patricio in Wolves' goal.

"It is worse when there are American football games a few days before but we need to accept that and we can not complain".

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"You need to play for something that is bigger than a person".

"We need to be more aggressive". He has put in some poor performances and defensively he was caught out badly in the recent loss to Manchester City.

It is a problematic position for Pochettino ahead of Tuesday's Champions League duel with PSV Eindhoven and next Saturday's London derby at Crystal Palace, and it will be hard for him to rotate now.

"It has been almost a year-and-a-half since we started playing away from home", he said.

"We cannot control everything in the game but we can do better with the ball".

"It is something we need to improve".

"We have a "how" and that is the most important thing we have".

"It is the responsibility of the players".

"And then it's about our emotions, our feelings".

"We play football to the end, sometimes we get rewarded and sometimes we don't".

In this week's Game Dissected we look at the tactics, game management and decision making that has cost Tottenham so far.

Mauricio Pochettino's side faced a number of shots on their goal after the interval but somehow found themselves 3-0 up as Harry Kane struck in the 61st minute.

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