Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino felt his side should have had another Wembley goal glut after they were held to a 1-1 by West Ham.
Spurs had scored 12 goals in two of their last three home games, including 5-2 and 5-1 wins over Southampton and Stoke respectively, but they were wasteful against the Hammers.
Pedro Obiang scored a brilliant goal to put David Moyes' side ahead in the 70th minute but despite having 31 shots on goal, Spurs only had Heung-Min Son's equally impressive strike to show for their efforts.
"It was a massive effort, very pleased with the effort, very disappointed with the result because we should have had three points," Pochettino told Sky Sports.
"But football is like this. We need to kill the games and score and be effective in front of goal.
"After 48 hours, to play like we did was massive. Congratulations to the players, we are disappointed with the result.
"It was an amazing goal, it was their first shot on target so it was difficult to accept, that is football.
"We created a lot of chances, we weren't clinical in front of goal and we paid in the end.
"We will keep going, there were more positive things than negatives. We have to be ready again to play Sunday. This game should have finished 3-1, 4-1 or 5-1, we have to accept that.
"Today wasn't for us."
Unsurprisingly, Moyes was happy with a point, just 48 hours after seeing his side beat West Brom.
He said: "I am thrilled. I have seen them win four and five here, so for our boys to come here and go away with a point was a really good result.
"We had no time to prepare. Our preparation was only really this morning because you have to give them a day to recover and then see who was fit and who wasn't fit.
"I have to say great credit to them because we are having to work really hard with not a massive squad.
"There was surprise and disbelief when we took the lead because Tottenham had so much of the ball and so many shots.
"There is another side to football when you don't have the best players, and we did that well."
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