Tottenham's Euro 2016 update: Lloris and Davies claim wins as Dier's free-kick is cancelled out late on

No Tottenham player has lost a game at Euro 2016 yet.

Tottenham's Euro 2016 update: Lloris and Davies claim wins as Dier's free-kick is cancelled out late on
Lloris saved brilliantly just four minutes in to France's opener (photo: Getty Images)

Tottenham Hotspur's players remained unbeaten as we entered day three of Euro 2016, with a total of seven having already featured for their countries, as the tournament got underway in France.

Two wins...

Hugo Lloris was first up, starting in goal for the hosts as they edged out Romania 2-1 in the opening game, thanks to a last minute goal from Dimitri Payet.

Lloris' personal performance was impressive, as he made an exceptional save in the opening minutes to keep the score at 0-0, with France looking nervy. Romania's equaliser was a penalty, with the shot-stopper diving the wrong way.

There was another 2-1 win for a Lilywhite on Saturday, with Ben Davies starting for Wales in their Group B victory over Slovakia, a game in which ex-Spur Gareth Bale opened the scoring.

Davies will have been delighted to get the nod for the game, and justified his selection with a goal-saving clearance from a Marek Hamsik shot.

... and one draw

There wasn't a win in the other group B game for five Spurs players that were selected by Roy Hodgson to play for England against Russia. Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Kyle Walker and Danny Rose all played, but it was Eric Dier who took the headlines.

With the game tied at 0-0, Dier stepped up to score a magnificent second half free-kick, sending the Three Lions fans wild. Unfortunately for them, they couldn't hang on to their lead, conceding in stoppage time. 

Dier and clubmate Alli celebrate the former's free-kick goal (photo: Getty Images)
Dier and clubmate Alli celebrate the former's free-kick goal (photo: Getty Images)

The England boys will face Davies' Wales in their second Group B game, on Thursday afternoon.

Although no Spurs players were in action on Sunday, there was a goal from another former Lilywhite, Luka Modric's sensational volley handing Croatia a 1-0 win over Turkey