Lloris, who captained France to World Cup glory in the summer, was driving his 2018-plate Porsche Panamera along Gloucester Place, Marylebone, when he was pulled over during a routine stop by police.
Lloris admitted being more than twice above the drink-drive limit when he was stopped by police in central London last month. Drink driving is completely unacceptable.
Magistrate Amanda Barron said it was "pure luck" that Lloris did not cause damage to other vehicles or pedestrians.
Pochettino said that "of course" Lloris would remain captain, explaining: "He's the first that regrets everything". The club have already fined the Frenchman two weeks wages, estimated to be worth £300,000.
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Pochettino said: "Look, when in England the transfer window closed and in Europe closed I think we move on". He said he was guilty and responsible. He made a mistake and he's suffering all the punishment of society. He is punishing himself. Only we need to try (to ensure) that he understands that it was a mistake. That is important. And, of course, now it is a massive lesson for him; a life lesson. He's the first, he told me, "Gaffer it's a massive lesson for me".
Like a man that he is, he is going to accept everything.' After initially being charged at the end of August, Pochettino stood by his goalkeeper and allowed him to wear the captain's armband in the 3-0 victory over Manchester United at Old Trafford.
He had issued an apology before Wednesday's court appearance, saying in a statement: "I wish to apologise wholeheartedly to my family, the club, my team-mates, the manager and all of the supporters. It's not a moment to take risks now". Then we're all men and women and we can all make mistakes. He was lucky there was no effect.