Andre Villas-Boas feels the referee got it right in two decisions that went the way of Tottenham on Sunday.
A second decision disallowed Ben Turner’s headed goal as Aron Gunnarsson appeared to impede Lloris and even though Cardiff cried foul, Villas-Boas was happy with the calls from Mark Clattenburg.
"I haven't seen it (the first incident), but I understand he was right on the limit. I'm not sure if there is some controversy there,” he said.
"Most people I have spoken to told me his hand is right on the line. I think if that is the case the referee made the right decision."
Of the disallowed goal, he added: "I think it was a foul for holding Hugo's arm. We spoke about it between us at half-time and he said he would have been fine if he had not been fouled."