Stewart Downing felt a sense of frustration as two points slipped away from West Ham United in stoppage time of Sunday's 1-1 draw with Manchester United.
The Hammers looked set for maximum points when Cheikhou Kouyate's superb piece of individual skill gave him his second goal of the season.
However, Daley Blind hit back at the death leaving Downing to rue the hosts not making the most of a fine performance.
"We're frustrated because we thought we were the better team," he admitted.
"They played a lot more direct than I thought they would, but we dealt with it and it's the only real chance they've had. We had a good chance at 1-0 when the keeper saved from Mark and obviously you're frustrated to concede in the last minute, but it was a great effort from the lads.
"What a great goal for Cheik and I thought he did very well playing at centre half. I didn't know he could play there but I thought he dealt with Falcao very well.
"For the goal it was a great touch and good finish. It gave us a bit of momentum in the game at that time.
"The only thing [missing] was that we didn't score the second because if we had I think we'd have won the game."
The Hammers suffered a 2-1 defeat at Old Trafford earlier this season when they probably deserved more, so Downing was disappointed to suffer at the hands of the Red Devils again.
"It's Manchester United and as long as it's 1-0 they're always in the game with the quality players they have," he explained.
"It's two games that we've had against them this season and ended up frustrated. When we played them away we should have beaten them , but on a positive we've played well against a lot of the big teams here.
"We needed the win today to go back above Liverpool, but we didn't lose the game and got a point, so we can go to Southampton and look to win."