Spurs threw away a lead to draw 1-1 with Monaco in the Europa League group stages.
Erik Lamela gave Tottenham the lead in the first half, finishing from close range after a good counter attack from the visitors.
Spurs rued a couple of missed chances to make it 2-0 when Stephan El Shaarawy equalised with ten minutes to go.
It was a frustrating night for Tottenham, but they probably would have taken a draw before hand given that this was the toughest game in the group stages.
Here’s how Twitter reacted to the result…
Decent point that. On paper the trickiest fixture in the group stages
— Paul O Keefe (@pokeefe1) October 1, 2015
Not the worst result although you'd have wanted a win with that strong side. A point away is a good result in Europe, Anderlecht next.
— Nikhil Saglani (@Nikhil_Saglani) October 1, 2015
Satisfactory point for #Spurs in a game played in cemetery-like atmosphere. It's already disappeared from my memory. Heroics from Danny Rose
— Uncle Norman Giller (@NormanGiller) October 1, 2015
Bit of an odd game. 1-1 a fair result, but either team could have scored two or three. We lacked cutting edge with Kane/Eriksen out of form.
— Chris Miller (@WindyCOYS) October 1, 2015
#thfc FT 1-1. Disappointing given Spurs put out a strong side and were leading at half-time, but not a bad result in context of the group.
— Ben Pearce (@BenPearceSpurs) October 1, 2015
Good result that. Not a great game to watch and we were very wasteful at times when in good positions but we should take it and move on.
— O'Boogie (@drwinston001) October 1, 2015
Monaco 1-1 Spurs FT: Shots: 12-10 On Target: 3-6 Pass Completion: 82%-81% Possession: 50%-50% Tackles: 14-10 Corners: 10-3
— Spurs Stat Man (@SpursStatMan) October 1, 2015
Just one defeat in last eight now for Spurs. Not too shabby.
— Ben McAleer (@BenMcAleer1) October 1, 2015
Draw in Monaco is a good result but we should have won that. Not impressed by Kane's decision-making (or lack thereof) tonight. Ah well.
— Jay Jaffa (@jayjaffa) October 1, 2015
Take Lamela off & we don't look the same team. *words above I didn't think I would actually write in my lifetime, how times change* #THFC
— Ricky Sacks (@GlobalSpur) October 1, 2015
Last 6 games: WWWLWD. 11 scored. 5 conceded. 2 clean sheets. 1 revived Argentine.
— The Spurs Brain (@TheSpursBrain) October 1, 2015
Erik Lamela, Danny Rose and Nacer Chadli I thought were our best players today. Another mature performance from Dele Alli also #COYS
— Harry Charalambous⚽️ (@TransitionTHFC) October 1, 2015