West Brom hit us with a late sucker punch to take maximum points at The Hawthorns on Saturday.
Fighting for survival, The Baggies set up to defend deep and soak up pressure and did exactly that. We had almost 75 per cent possession and the shot count was 18-9 in our favour but we only opened up the massed defence twice - Harry Kane was denied by Ben Foster in the first half and the best move of the game presented Erik Lamela with a chance in front of goal after the break but a heavy touch allowed Foster to gather.
The goalkeeper also saved well as Victor Wanyama and Christian Eriksen tried their luck from distance and clawed away Fernando Llorente's late header.
West Brom rarely ventured into our half - especially in the first half - but were always a threat from set-pieces.
Just about every chance they created was from a set-piece delivery and they finally found a way through in the second minute of added time when Matt Phillips' corner was turned home by former Spur Jake Livermore.