Relief? Frustration? For both sides it has to be said. Either can point to big moments in the game where they could have gone on and won. Equally, moments where they were hanging on.
Phew! Lloris escaped there. A basic cross comes in but the Tottenham captain makes a meal of it. Ben Davis is alive to save his blushes. The resulting set-piece comes to nothing.
Five minutes to be played
Unlucky there. Thought he won the ball.
Hits the post! Harry Winks does well to beat his man before playing it inside to Kane. He takes a touch and lets fly. It crashes off the post before coming back out to Sissoko. His attempted overhead kick does not succed. He is then blown for offside.
Kane is left frustrated again. Lamela is free on the right and chooses to take a shot. It is blocked out but the English forward was unmarked and waiting on a cross.
Clumsy from Sanchez as he gives away a free for coming over the back of his opponent.
Moura was taken off due to him suffering with a touch of cramp. If that had not been the case, Eriksson surely would have been the man to depart.
The scorer of the second goal comes off to be replaced by the Belgian Lamela. Certainly going for it now.
An expected change. Son comes on for the disapponting Alli. What can the Korean provide in the remaining fifteen minutes?
David Sanchez does well to clear the ball away in two consective occasions. For all the issues he has a right back, the Columbian is a sturdy defender usually.
Good save! Alli is close to restoring Tottenham's lead and it comes out of nothing. The ball is deflected into his path from a defender and he bears down at goal from a tight angle. Jose Sa is able to save it with his feet. The Spurs forward may well have checked inside to spot Harry Kane screaming for it.
Podence and Valbuena have both had cracking games tonight. They tease and taunt Alli into conceding a free-kick.
Sissoko enters the field instead of Ndombele. He was brought back into the side for tonight but has been generally disappointing.
Very few could have seen this turn around when looking at the scores a few minutes before half-time. The home fans have certainly found their voices again and are singing lustily