Burnley manager Dyche was left to lament a point lost at the death - but praised his players for almost shutting Tottenham out.

Christian Eriksen fired Spurs' injury-time winner on Saturday after Burnley came within seconds of clinching a vital point.

"The players overall probably deserved something from the game," said Dyche.

"The players are disappointed more that finally you get done by what is just a lump down the pitch.

"They are a really good side with a passing style, but they ended up playing long a lot today and that's credit to us, we kept the lines tight.

"We came down here with a tactical platform and that's pleasing from a manager's point of view but you still come away with nothing in the end.

“I think that's real credit to our players, because we kept the lines tight, they couldn't find a passing move that would open that up too many times.

"That's the only frustration, it ends up being a simplistic situation, which we've dealt with all day. The three centre halves were excellent, but two just get a challenge together, and it drops and they get a goal out of nothing really.”