Lloris was convicted for drink-driving after being pulled over in his vehicle and breathalysed - which revealed he had over double the legal alcohol limit in his system while at the wheel. "Of course, he doesn't feel great".
Joshua Harris, director of campaigns for British road safety charity Brake, said it was disappointing to see a role model such as Lloris admitting to breaking the law by drink driving. "It's not a moment to take risks now".
"He's the first [to accept it was a mistake], he told me, "Gaffer, it's a massive lesson for me". Because he is a clever, he learns and now he is going to move on'.
"Because when we saw in the past that different clubs didn't allow [him] to go to play in this tournament".
Meanwhile, midfielder Moussa Sissoko is expected to return to training next week after a hamstring injury.
"He [Alli] suffered a small injury after 20 minutes of the game against Spain at Wembley", Pochettino said. I told him today where is my present Sonny?
"(We are) disappointed because we are going to miss him for maybe this game and against Inter Milan in Champions League", said Pochettino.