Tottenham Hotspur skipper Hugo Lloris has admitted that the fans deserved more from the club, following their 2-1 loss to Monaco in the Champions League on Wednesday night.

Spurs, who will play their European home fixtures at Wembley this season, suffered their first loss of the campaign in all competitions at the hands of the Ligue 1 outfit.

Monaco raced to a two-goal lead by the 31st minute at Wembley, courtesy of goals from Bernardo Silva and Thomas Lemar before Toby Alderweireld pulled one back from the home team just before the break.

Mauricio Pochettino’s side failed to find the equaliser in the second half as the north London club’s return to the Champions League ended in a loss.

And Lloris, who hailed the amazing atmosphere at Wembley, however, insisted that Tottenham failed to fully reciprocate the fans’ support.


“I think it’s a privilege to play at Wembley in front of 90,000 fans”, he told Spurs TV.

“The atmosphere was unbelievable, but they deserved more from us.

“And we need to learn as quickly as possible from this game because we still have a chance to go through.

“There are still five games left, but we need to learn quickly.”

Tottenham’s next Champions League outing will be an away game at CSKA Moscow on 27th September.