'What is Lloris doing?': Spurs keeper gets kamikaze red card

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The truth is, Tottenham have only themselves to blame.

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A moment of madness saw Tottenham keeper Hugo Lloris sent off in the 79th minute, though, and a rejuvenated PSV grabbed a point with De Jong's close-range flick in the 87th minute.

Adding to the frustration is the fact that this was a match Tottenham dominated.

"PSV are, no disrespect, an average team who wouldn't survive in the EPL".

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"I think we should have finished it off with all the shots and chances we created but that's Champions League football", he reasoned. "One day when I was very young one manager said to me you don't need to apologise after I made a big mistake, because only the player on the pitch can make a mistake", he said.

Instead, familiar errors came to the fore once more.

They face a crucial game on Monday if they are to be considered genuine title contenders, taking on current champions Manchester City at Wembley.

However, they did level when Kieran Trippier pulled the ball back for Lucas Moura to ram home.

Against Barca it allowed Philippe Coutinho to fire into an empty net inside two minutes.

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Pochettino was unhappy at the decision to show a straight red card to Lloris, who took out the impressive Lozano while the Slovenian referee, Slavko Vincic, also disallowed a first-half Davinson Sánchez goal for offside against Harry Kane.

Spurs seemed to be on their way to picking up their first victory of the season when the Brazil global and talisman Harry Kane scored either side of half-time to put them 2-1 up against PSV Eindhoven and cruising.

It was a painful blow for Pochettino and his players.

Tottenham are winless in five Champions League games (D2 L3), their longest run without a win in the competition.

To put it simply, the Premier League is now the sole bright light shining in Tottenham's gloomy season, should Lloris make another howler as he did against PSV, in the game against Manchester City, it could prove fatal for Tottenham's Premier League campaign. Their attentions must shift back to domestic matters.

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They appear unlikely to progress to the knockout stages after picking up just one point and the wooden spoon of the Europa League beckons as they prepare to (finally) move into the new White Hart Lane next year.