Carr's derby dismay
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Dejected Stephen Carr found it difficult to concentrate on the positives after Patrick Vieira&rsquo;s late heroics for Arsenal denied us a derby victory on Monday night. <P class=MsoNormal>The Irish full-back reflected the mood in the changing room after we had managed to hold out for fully 30 minutes of pressure until the final minute when Vieira headed home from a corner for a 1-1 draw. <P class=MsoNormal>Carr admitted: &ldquo;You could say 1-1 against Arsenal is a good result but we don&rsquo;t look at it that way. To concede with the last kick of the game is such a sucker punch. We still picked up a point though and I suppose that&rsquo;s the main thing. <P class=MsoNormal>&ldquo;We have to look at the positives, we&rsquo;re still unbeaten at home, but I can&rsquo;t stress how disappointed everyone is. <P class=MsoNormal>&ldquo;They had a few chances and Neil Sullivan was brilliant in goal but we had a few opportunities at 1-0 when we could have killed the game off. We didn&rsquo;t and we got punished for it in the end. <P class=MsoNormal>&ldquo;It looked a clear foul for their goal as well but I suppose some of them you get, some you don&rsquo;t. It&rsquo;s certainly more of a case of two points dropped rather than a point gained.&rdquo; <P class=MsoNormal>Sergei Rebrov capped his return from injury to hand us a 1-0 half-time lead and both Tim Sherwood and Darren Anderton went close at the start of the second half before Arsenal &mdash; who brought Dennis Bergkamp, Sylvan Wiltord and Vieira off the bench &mdash; camped in our half for the final half-hour. <P class=MsoNormal>&ldquo;We expected them to come on,&rdquo; said Carr. &ldquo;They have some quality players and players they can bring on to change the game &mdash; look at that bench, Bergkamp, Wiltord, Vieira, it&rsquo;s unbelievable, but we still thought we&rsquo;d hold out. <P class=MsoNormal>&ldquo;We probably rode our luck a bit but it&rsquo;s still a killer when you concede a goal at the end like that. <P class=MsoNormal>&ldquo;It probably wasn&rsquo;t the best game you&rsquo;ll ever see at the Lane but personally I don&rsquo;t care as long as we win. These games mean so much to the crowd and it&rsquo;s all about results. <P class=MsoNormal>&ldquo;If you ask anyone out there they won&rsquo;t care how we&rsquo;ve played. There is no point playing brilliantly and getting beaten. <P class=MsoNormal>&ldquo;Anyway we&rsquo;re still unbeaten at home, we&rsquo;re moving forward and that&rsquo;s all that matters. If we can start picking up a few results away from home, who knows?&rdquo; <P class=MsoNormal>Listen to Stephen's thoughts by clicking <A href="http://www.spurs.co.uk/news/ram/sc001219.ram">here</A> <P class=MsoNormal><I>By Paul Miles</I> <P class=MsoNormal> <P class=MsoNormal>&nbsp;<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><o:p></o:p>