The Frenchman appeared to break his arm after only inside the first three minutes.

After their 7-2 home defeat in the Champions League against Bayern Munich, all eyes were on Tottenham for their clash with Brighton as fans awaited a response from the English giants.

However, Spurs began Saturday’s early kick-off in an atrocious manner. It took only three minutes for the north London giants to concede, with Maupay breaking the deadlock for the home side early on in the first half.

The goal came courtesy of another error from Lloris, with the Seagulls punishing Pochettino’s men. This strike saw Brighton set a Premier League record as it was their fastest-ever goal in the Premier League, finding the back of the net after two minutes and thirty seconds.

While the blunder was a gift for the home side, it turned out to be a nightmare for Tottenham and their keeper Hugo Lloris. After catching the ball and letting it go, the Frenchman landed awkwardly, with his arm twisting the wrong way. Many suspected that the 32-year-old suffered a dislocated elbow while others felt he broke his arm.

The shot-stopper was in tremendous pain and needed oxygen before being stretchered off the pitch. Is his season over? Time will reveal the extent of his injury. All we can do now is wish him a quick recovery amid these troubling times.

He was replaced by Gazzaniga and then went on to concede another two times. This means Pochettino’s defense have conceded 10 goals in their last two games as pressure piles up on the Argentine.