Published: Tue, November 06, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Lloris urges Tottenham to learn from mistakes

Lloris urges Tottenham to learn from mistakes

Mauricio Pochettino has warned Kieran Trippier that he needs to improve defensively and remember he is a full-back after Tottenham's scare against Wolves.

Spurs went 3-0 up, only for two penalties to peg them back, and leave them clinging on for the three points.

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.

'We are all disappointed we're not playing Champions League in the new stadium, ' said Pochettino.

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

"After they had all those players going far at the World Cup, the stadium issues, then they didn't sign any players, you expect there would be some pain at the start of the season, but what they are doing is brilliant", Neville told Sky Sports. In a global way, I think I am not happy, I think Felipe is not happy.

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The Tottenham boss came up with a freaky love triangle analogy to explain why he feels envious glances at him from the Spanish giants have actually helped players like Dele Alli sign new deals.

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"We have Arsenal next week, these are the games you want to be involved in". You need to play for something that is bigger than a person.

"We need to be more aggressive".

Tottenham had made their best ever Premier League start prior to Monday's defeat to Manchester City and they will try and get their campaign back on track against Wolves on Saturday.

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

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

For Pochettino, three points came against a backdrop of a thinning squad, with Davinson Sanchez rested on the bench and Dele Alli left at home as the manager tried to manage his stretched resources ahead of next week's crucial Champions League tie against PSV Eindhoven. It is something we need to improve.

'I think the period today at Tottenham is so exciting, ' he said.

"It's the responsibility of the players". If we have to play a different way, we have to play a different way.

Harry Kane's eighth goal of the season gave the visitors a 3-0 lead before they almost crumbled under intense pressure from the hosts.

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