West Bromwich Albion manager Bryan Robson was understandably disappointed by his side's second-half capitulation at White Hart Lane last night as they let slip a one-goal lead.
"What can I say?" he said. "We knew Tottenham would come at us and put us under pressure but when they got the equaliser we were the dominant team.
"We had some great chances off set plays then we shot ourselves in the foot. But we do that every week. We keep giving away bad goals away from home and that's what is costing us. You can't do that in the Premiership."
Steve Watson refused to single out Albion keeper Tomasz Kuszczak for blame after his error led to Spurs'
winning penalty. "Tomasz does not need anyone telling him what he should have done. We all need to stick together now and not make an issue out if it.
"He's had a great season, and he's saved us a whole of load of points this season.
"Just remember the performance he gave at Wigan.
"But to get so close to a result against the team fourth in the league was bitterly disappointing and a huge kick in the teeth.
"It actually feels like we've been done 7-0 and it will be a like a morgue on the coach back home. But you've got to be positive, dust yourself off and get on with looking to get a result against Liverpool."