Lloris sees red as Spurs boss Pochettino admits 'it's over'

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Lloris sees red as Spurs boss Pochettino admits 'it's over'

Spurs' chances of qualifying from Group B lie in tatters after they conceded a late equaliser in a 2-2 draw at PSV Eindhoven on Wednesday.

Spurs will be looking to bounce back from a disappointing Champions League result against PSV earlier this week when they face the Premier League champions.

"One point after three games - it will be so hard. It is frustrating. But if you can't beat teams like PSV in the Champions League, you aren't going through".

"If you don't win this type of game it's hard to deserve to qualify", Pochettino said. "For us it's a massive, massive challenge because all the things that happened in the start of the season are different to the start of the last one".

Mexico striker Lozano put PSV in front on the half hour - with a big assist from Alderweireld, who first lost the ball and then deflected Lozano's shot into the net. That's why we're so disappointed.

'It was an action in football that happens often and of course sometimes that happens'.

A team like Tottenham is heavily reliant on their attack and if their attack isn't clicking although Harry Kane is starting to show form, they need to keep the back door closed.

Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino: "If we need to blame someone it's ourselves because with all the situations and the circumstances in the game you must win because I think we were much better than them".

Spurs thought they had equalised nearly immediately but Davinson Sanchez's drive through a crowded area was ruled out for a misdemeanour by Kane.

"Now we need to win three games that we have to play and some results that help us to achieve a place for qualification - but it's hard".

In the first, Eriksen was at the top of the box and kicked it out to Kieran Trippier. But football is not about deserving, it's about being aggressive and scoring more goals than your opponent.

"After Watford I remember, "oh we miss Hugo".

However, another former Spurs manager opted to see the silver lining should Tottenham not make it beyond the Champions League group stage.

"The game was under control at 2-1". Kane could have had a brace, but he headed against the bar with the match still goalless.

Eriksen assisted Kane's goal in the 55th minute, crossing from the left for the England forward to head home.

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