Gerard Houllier was left to question a refereeing decision in the 2-1 defeat at Tottenham.
The former Liverpool boss was unhappy with the amount of first-half stoppage time played by referee Mark Clattenburg, who allowed more than the minimum of two minutes he had indicated, giving Rafael Van der Vaart the time to level.
"I was just not happy with the equaliser because the game had elapsed quite a long time after the two minutes that were indicated," Houllier explained.
"But that's the referee; the law says it's a minimum of two minutes. He decided it was three minutes."