While a point would usually be considered a good return from a trip to Anfield, this point was coupled with disappointment.
"Obviously we should have won the game and I think overall we were the better team," reasoned Robbie, who was playing in his 400th club game. "We played some great football at times and it was our best performance away from home for a while.
"There are not many times that teams come to Anfield, get a draw and come away disappointed. That was the case for us, but you can see the improvement from us in the last four or five games.
"Okay, we haven't won a lot of games, but we haven't been beaten either. You can see it is coming for us, we're just gutted to have conceded in the last minute.
"You never think it is over until it is, especially at Anfield, but the way the game was going I thought we were going to win. It wasn't the case, but we can build on this and take a lot of confidence from it."Don’t forget to register your supportHEREfor Spurs’ new Football Training Centre in Enfield
Robbie Keane believes the team will soon be back on the winning trail given the evidence of the display up at Liverpool on Sunday.The clock was ticking towards a memorable victory, courtesy of two strikes from Robbie, before a Fernando Torres header in stoppage time meant a one-point haul rather the the deserved full three.