The Spurs again conceded a goal in the final minutes to make international striker Harry Kane frustrated with the situation.
Tottenham have lost 11 points this season after conceding a goal in the final ten minutes, and today, despite Kane's four-minute brace over Newcastle, they conceded one goal in the 85th minute to share the spoils.
Whenever you are ahead in a game, as we have been a lot this season, and you give the lead away in the last five [or so] minutes, it's always hard to take,
" Kane told BBC Sport at full-time.
"I feel like we could have played better in the second half. We were a bit sloppy. We didn't take our chances and got punished for it. I think we had some good chances. The final ball, final pass or final touch weren't quite there.
"That's the fine margins. We need to play better. We need to dust ourselves off and go again next week. We didn't take that momentum with us [into the second half] and allowed Newcastle back into the game. It's always hard to respond with four or five minutes to go."