Hugo: "It's very disappointing. It's basics - everyone knows we have to be switched on from the kick-off." pic.twitter.com/ref3BE04oL— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) August 22, 2015
And no wonder. After taking the lead for the second game running, Tottenham were pegged back for the second game running.
This wasn't quite a collapse of Stoke City proportions but, after Dele Alli's opener, Lloris wouldn't have been expecting to pick the ball out of his net so quickly.
That explains the Spurs shot stopper's full-time reaction, as he slammed the 'basics' his side got wrong. It isn't a crisis quite yet but Tottenham fans certainly won't be happy. Three games have come and gone without a win and the north London side are still desperately short in terms of squad depth and quality in key areas.
And Lloris went on to admit the White Hart Lane outfit must learn from their mistakes and that any of their positive (Alli, for instance) will count for little if they don't iron the negatives out of their game.
Hugo: "We need to learn from this. We've done a lot of positive things which we can focus on but we have to correct the negatives."— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) August 22, 2015
Where next for Spurs? Supporters will no doubt have players to criticise, tactical decisions to question and Mauricio Pochettinos to blame. And rightly so.
Tottenham host Everton in their next Premier League clash. That won't be easy.