Chris Wood scores on Burnley debut to earn draw

Chris Wood scores on Burnley debut to earn draw

"The feeling is not so great because of the way we conceded the last goal", Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino said.

In their two "home" games so far this season they have been beaten by Chelsea followed by Sunday's draw with Burnley. "That is football. It was a tough game".

"We're disappointed because we showed a lack of concentration at the end", said the Argentinean.

Tottenham lost to Chelsea last week after Marcos Alonso scored twice in a 2-1 win for the Blues, with Spurs replying through a Michy Batshuayi own goal.

Spurs return to action following the worldwide break on September 9 when they make the trip to Ronald Koeman's Everton. We had the chance to score a second or third but we missed.

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"We needed something. Sometimes the game pans out how you want but we thought if we could keep it tight and affect it from the bench that might work for us". However, three away trips inside six days might take it's toll on the Toffees so I think Chelsea will edge this one.

However, Chris Wood netted for the Clarets in stoppage-time to extend the north Londoners' wait for a first home triumph of the season.

It was very almost two a couple of minutes later when Eriksen gave the ball to Harry Kane in the box but he saw his curling shot go just wide of the post much to the frustration of the striker, who still couldn't score in the Premier League in August.

"I am extremely pleased". One good chance came for Harry Kane just before halftime, but the striker's close-range shot was charged down by James Tarkowski in the Burnley defense.

"We have the responsibility to do better, try to win and the way we conceded the goal was because we're at Wembley", added the 45-year-old.

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