Pep Guardiola wasn't happy his Manchester City side threw away a two-goal lead to draw Tottenham on Saturday.
Hugo Lloris made two errors as Leroy Sane and Kevin De Bruyne handed the Citizens a comfortable lead in a game they dominated.
However, Spurs responded via Dele Alli, four minutes after De Bruyne's 54th minute goal and Son Heung-min levelled the scoreline just after referee Andre Marriner denied Man City a blatant penalty.
And, following the 2-2 draw at the Etihad, the former Barcelona coach rued his side's missed chances against the Lilywhites
He told BT Sport: "We played very good, we missed a lot of chances and when this happens, you cannot win.
"It's what has happened all season. We create more, concede a few.
"We are not going to achieve big targets because always in our performances like Everton [a 4-0 loss], like Chelsea [a 3-1 loss] we are not able to score so it's impossible, we keep trying, we keep trying and we get nothing.
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"First thing, we missed a lot of chances. We are playing against Tottenham and Tottenham is a top, top, top, top team.
"When you make chances, the referee doesn't matter, but when you miss the chances people use the referees [as an excuse]."
Manchester City failed to win a Premier League game they were two or more goals ahead in for the first time since December 2014 against Burnley.