Alli suffered a hamstring injury and Lloris a thigh injury.
Pochettino confirmed the 31-year-old Frenchman, who was banned for driving for 20 months and fined 50,000 pounds ($65,545), would remain as the club's captain.
"He is the first to regret about everything and all that happened is not good".
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"We've had some fantastic players, the likes of Stevie [Gerrard], [Luis] Suarez and [Philippe] Coutinho, people like that - unbelievable players".
"He's the first that told me: 'Gaffer it's a massive mistake and I need to pay, like a man'".
Prosecutor Henry Fitch said police found Lloris in an unmarked auto driving at 24km/* in a 50km/* zone. "Hopefully it will be OK and he will be available again soon like Dele Alli".
He missed Spurs' 2-1 defeat at Watford before the worldwide break and France's Nations League matches against Germany and the Netherlands. "I did. Rather than congratulate him, people need to thank me". I have to stay focused on the most important things to me, the pitch, my friends, my family.
By 2am, he was "completely drunk", said Mr Sonn, who added that, when a taxi cancelled on him, he made the "unwise decision" to drive home. The Belgian defender, who was expected to leave this summer, is back in the fold, but his current deal expires in 2020.