West Ham United defender Carl Jenkinson said the Hammers were very unfortunate to come away from White Hart Lane without three points, having been on top for most of Sunday's London derby.
The Hammers took a deserved lead through goals from Cheikhou Kouyate and Diafra Sakho, and they looked to have secured a vital win in their push for a European qualification spot, however Harry Kane's 95th minute penalty rescued Tottenham a point after Danny Rose's goal had given them a lifeline.
Speaking after the game, the 23-year-old right back, on loan from Arsenal said: "I couldn't see us conceding another goal. I thought we were comfortable at 2-1 and they didn't really look like scoring.
"Obviously they've equalised with the last kick off the game, it's unbelievable really. That's the way it goes sometimes but it was very unfortunate."
Having been on top for large parts of the game, Jenkinson clearly felt that the Hammers deserved all three points.
However, a highly entertaining match was to end in high drama as, in the 95th minute of the game, Alex Song was adjudged to have tripped Harry Kane inside the box.
The in-form Tottenham striker picked himself up to take the spot kick - which was brilliantly saved by Adrian - before the 23-year-old tucked away the rebound.
Speaking about the award of the penalty, Jenkinson continued: "There were quite a few players in between me and the tackle so I couldn't see it to be honest.
"For me it felt like extra time was an eternity. I didn't have a watch on my wrist but it seemed like a very long time. I asked the referee not long before the end how much longer and he said one minute. It definitely seemed like more than a minute. I think a few things went against us.
"We dominated the game, and they couldn't get near us to be honest with you. I thought we were the better side. We went 2-0 up and deservedly so, we could've been 3 or 4-0 up.
"Obviously we've ended up drawing 2-2 and I can't get my head round it. It's massively disappointing for everyone involved."