Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has admitted that it is not possible to feel happy after a disappointing ​1-1 draw against Sheffield United

The Londoners took the lead in the game via a goal from Son Heung-min in the 58th minute.  However, 20 minutes later, Sheffield equalised through a goal from George Baldock, snatching away two points, in what has been a trend with the Lilywhites so far this season.

Following this result, Spurs have been winless in the league in their last five matches and currently sit at 12th in the table, with 14 points from 12 matches.

As a result, the Argentine wasn’t happy with his team’s performance and added that Sheffield deserved a draw due to the manner of their performance

"It was an even game, a difficult one for us - they are a very good, organised team. It was difficult to play in the first half, but second half we were better. Overall, it's a fair result," he said, as per AS.

"We knew very well how they play - they got a draw in Chelsea and they are playing so well. The most difficult thing for us was to match their energy. In the second half we were much better and matched them. I think they deserve one point.

"I need to look forward and keep working and try to improve. We are not in a good position in the table. Always when you don't win you are disappointed and it’s impossible to feel happy," the Argentine concluded.