Portuguese was still proud of his team’s display at the Bridge though.
Tottenham Hotspur head coach Andre Villas-Boas says that he is now hoping for the north London club’s rivals to drop points in the remaining two games of the season.
Tottenham could only manage a 2-2 draw at fellow Uefa Champions League chasers Chelsea on Wednesday night, a result that leaves the club still in fifth position in the Premier League standings.
Spurs currently trail both of their London rivals in the race to finish in the top four of the table come 19 May, and with it gain entry into next season’s European Cup, with third-placed Chelsea three points ahead, while fourth-in-the-table Arsenal are just a point better off, although they each have a far superior goal difference to Villas-Boas’s men.
Tottenham now face a tough-looking tip to face Stoke City on Sunday, followed by a home encounter with struggling Sunderland seven days later.
“We have to do our job and hope for somebody to slip up,” said Villas-Boas in his post-match press conference.
“The league is absolutely unpredictable and hopefully it can fall our way.
“It was good to get the point. Chelsea were extremely dangerous on the counterattack.
“I’m extremely happy how the boys played in the second half. We showed the character that has united us during the season.
“Now somebody else will have to drop points, but our focus is on us doing our job in the remaining fixtures. In the Premier League, anything can happen.”