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Mauricio Pochettino disappointed after 2-2 draw at Swansea City


Tottenham Hotspur head coach Mauricio Pochettino was disappointed after his side failed to take goal-scoring opportunities against Swansea City.

With Everton, West Ham United and Manchester United all dropping points, Spurs had an important opportunity to move closer to the top four.

But they had to settle down for a draw against a very determined Swansea City side.

"I'm a little disappointed and it's a little of the same feeling I had after Monaco, perhaps even worse today because in the first half they had one effort on target and scored twice," Pochettino said after the draw.

"We created lots of chances, completely dominated the game but that's football, we need to accept it. We have to be proud of our players because the effort was brilliant and to play like that three days after Monaco was fantastic.

"We scored from two free-kicks, fantastic from Christian Eriksen, but the easier chances, we didn't score.

"We're ambitious and want to win all games and when we have the opportunities, we need to have more of a killer instinct."

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