Harry Redknapp was disappointed that Tottenham could not hold on for all three points against Birmingham City.
Jermain Defoe gave Spurs the lead in the second half, but in typical fashion Spurs conceeded a 90th minute goal to throw away two costly points in the race for a Champions League place.
“I felt we had control throughout,” he told Sky Sports.
“We got one up and we just had to continue playing the way we were. It didn’t last though and into injury time we lost concentration and it cost us. We didn’t react and it was poor defending.
“I always felt we had control of the game and were the better team. I thought it was a terrific away performance today, so I didn’t really see us in any danger.
“Up until the end we had been top class, but that’s how it goes. I couldn’t complain about the effort and the way we played today.
“I thought we passed the ball well on a difficult pitch and were always in control. It was definitely two points dropped.”
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