The Spurs boss disputed the goalkeeper's sending-off and said that conceding a goal from the resulting free kick left him "unsatisfied".
He told ITV Sport: "I'm not satisfied. For me the result is important but the last goal makes me unsatisfied. I saw it on TV and for me it wasn't a sending-off.
"The situation where we gave the player the chance to arrive one-on-one I am not happy about. I am unhappy about the last two or three minutes of the game. But I am happy with the three points."
Harry Kane bagged a hat-trick during the rout and filled in for Lloris between the sticks after the Frenchman was given his marching orders.