By Sam Mcevoy For Mailonline
Published: 14:48 BST, 22 October 2020 | Updated: 14:48 BST, 22 October 2020
Sergio Reguilon admits that Tottenham's dramatic 3-3 draw with West Ham left him feeling 'very angry' following his side's spectacular last-minute collapse.
Spurs stormed into a 3-0 lead after just 16 minutes, as Son Heung-min's opener and Harry Kane's quick-fire brace – one of which was set up by Reguilon – put Jose Mourinho's men into a commanding position with all three points seemingly wrapped up.
However, after failing to close out the game with a number of chances, the Hammers roared back in the final eight minutes after Fabian Balbuena's strike and a Davinson Sanchez own goal gave David Moyes' side the momentum in the dying moments.
Sergio Reguilon was 'very angry' after Tottenham's spectacular collapse against West Ham
Then, in the fourth minute of added-time, second-half substitute Manuel Lanzini completed the spectacular comeback with a long-range screamer to match, sending the visitors into a frenzy as they rescued a point.
Abject disappointment was strewn across the faces of the Tottenham players at the full-time whistle, which left Reguilon enraged at the result.
'It felt like a defeat,' Reguilon told Sky Sports. 'It was a big failure on our part, a big error. I was very angry afterwards. I didn't want anything to do with anyone.