...all over it. After Citeh had lost earlier it was all in Spurs hands to grab that fourth spot but yet again the came up against a newly promoted piece of relegation fodder they couldn't beat.
...are you sure? How can it be an honest mistake when the linesman is supposed to know the laws of the game and is supposed to be 100% sure when making a call not just guessing about something he really didn't see.
...but a ding dong battle of a derby. But in the end no matter how exciting and what a good game of football a three all draw did Spurs no favours in the chase for Champions League football.
...like that. As Spurs' Champions League campaign ends at the hand of Jose Mourinho's Real Madrid 5-0 on aggregate it's a sad way to finish.
...means a bit of rearrangement. Is it time for 'Arry Redknapp to change Spurs' formation to utilise their best attacking options?
...except of course for the win. Only Spurs can batter a team 3-2 and be hanging on in desperation for the final whistle.
...Sandro and Dawson. It says it all really. Wigan, plumb bottom of the table, worst goal difference in the league, and they've taken four points off Spurs this season.
...the Jermain Defoe 'one day I may score my 100th goal' t-shirt. 'Arry has tell the striker he isn't going to be wearing that undergarment again.
...until the ref blows that final whistle. 'Arry said Spurs only know how to attack, well they also know how to hang on for the goalless draw after doing so against AC Milan to get into the Champions League quarter final.
...to score, Spurs still can't win. With one eye on Wednesday's Champions League game against Milan, Spurs dropped more league points in the chase for Wednesday games next season.
...a banjo. Yet again when a good result would have moved Spurs up to third in the Premier League they're beaten while squandering numerous chances.
...in Blackburn of all places. Spurs picked up a vital 3 points with an away win at Blackburn with a depleted squad thanks to an early Crouch goal and some Gomes heroics.
...again. Spurs' humiliating four nil defeat to Fulham in the fourth round of the FA Cup should be the last we see of that horrible light blue away kit that results in Spurs playing like they don't care.
...don't they? Well they certainly did for Spurs for the trip Up North to play the Toon in the league on Saturday. Two players out, so one certain player in horrible kit and then Bale's back giving up.
...bench warmer? There's been a general lack of excitement about Spurs signing Steven Pienaar from Everton as many don't see where he'll fit in except as a sub or starting instead of injured players.