Pochettino was obviously talking about Liverpool's last away game vs West Ham where the referee chose to overlook a number of decisions during the game and the Reds even managed to score during the 1-1 draw courtesy of a move which should have been flagged offside.
The France worldwide kept out Jamie Vardy's penalty, which was the striker's first touch of the game, and made a number of other important stops as Spurs won 3-1 at Wembley.
"Today do you think that Sonny deserved to be booked?"
"Yes [I was surprised], because his first touch is a penalty", Lloris added.
"I am more relaxed now because we won the game, three important points we got, but so disappointed with the situation because everyone wants to talk about different clubs or players, but do you think we are a team that is trying to cheat the referee?"
Lucien Favre's side are five points clear of Bayern Munich at the top of the table and are having a season to remember.
Speaking to ESPN, Foyth said: "More than anything I decided on Tottenham because there was an Argentinian manager and support team - or they can [at least] speak Spanish - and because it was a club that supported young players a lot".
"It's fantastic. Sometimes winning games when you're not at your best".
"Maybe it was not a good thing, but we had a lot of chances, not just with this penalty". Lloris then faced the ultimate test as Leicester were awarded a penalty when Jan Vertonghen was adjudged to have brought down Maddison.
"In some days it's hard to deal with Wembley, but hopefully for this big game we'll receive this help from the crowd".
Leicester could have drawn level on the hour mark, but Jamie Vardy, on off the bench, saw his spot-kick saved by Lloris.
In a weird turn of events, Vardy came off the bench for Gray and walked straight up to the spot to take the penalty, only for Lloris to dive to his right and push it away to safety.