Lloris urges Tottenham to learn from mistakes

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Mauricio Pochettino's side survived a late fightback from Wolves to win 3-2 at Molineux on Saturday. Juan's done great and as a defender he just has to go again.

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

"We need to be careful how we manage January", he said. "I don't talk about the action of the penalty - we need to go a little bit before". If you don't deserve to go, it's disappointing but not embarrassing. We deserved more. If we're able to beat them the percentage to be in the next stage will be higher.

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

The young Argentine goalkeeper caught the eye on his debut for Tottenham, when he played his part in a win over Crystal Palace.

"We have Arsenal next week, these are the games you want to be involved in".

He said: "We could have got anything".

"We cannot control everything in the game but we can do better with the ball". This, in turn, jumped him up into 18th spot in the overall goalscoring charts, above Gunners legend Ian Wright.

"We need to be more aggressive".

Lloris's best save was to deny Ruben Neves on 52 minutes, a strong hand diving low to his right at full stretch, and it looked as though the visitors had weathered the storm when Kane extended their lead at the other end.

PSV Eindhoven boss Mark van Bommel hit out at Wembley Stadium, calling Tuesday's pitch "s***" while also refusing to blame the conditions for his team's 2-1 Champions League defeat to Tottenham. Spurs have conceded early against Barcelona and Liverpool this season, and were 1-0 down before two minutes had been played against PSV.

Instead, Kane's goals - in the 78th and 89th minutes - gave Tottenham a glimmer of hope of a top-two finish in Group B with matches still to come at home to Inter Milan and away to already-qualified Barcelona.

"Pleased of course, we're always trying to improve, but with all the circumstances the team is fighting".

"When I arrived at Tottenham, the first video I think Daniel (Levy) or the people showed me was of Tottenham Hotspur, we are talking about the glory".

"It is the responsibility of the players".

"And then it's about our emotions, our feelings". They first pushed us back ten meters, then twenty and before you know it you are in your own sixteen-meter area.

I don't believe that will happen this season because their players and Guardiola are under so much pressure to deliver in a competition that has never appeared to be more open.