Spurs boss booed off after drawFOOTBALL: The Tottenham Hotspur faithful would forgive the results if the performances showed more promise.
Three matches in, and with no victories, Spurs supporters expressed their frustration at the team and manager at the final whistle.
Andre Villas-Boas watched on as Spurs capitulated for the second week running at White Hart Lane, with another late goal denying them all three points. This time, it was Norwich City who took a point away from north London - and few could argue that Chris Hughton's men didn't deserve it.
"We didn't play well, we have to do much better," Villas-Boas said. "We have to assume our responsibilities, but it is a disappointing result, because we fought hard to get the 1-0 lead once again and suffering for the third time in the last minutes of the game is difficult to take.
"(The boos) are disappointment from the fans. Nobody likes to draw two games at home, Everyone is in need of the win, but we will make sure we put the effort in for them."
New signing Moussa Dembele, a transfer window buy from Fulham, looked to have put Spurs on their way after scoring on his debut for his new club.
The Belgian midfielder took up an intelligent position at the edge of the penalty area and, as the ball came to him, he created space for himself before hitting a firm shot low past Norwich keeper John Ruddy.
However Norwich's Robert Snodgrass equalised for the visitors on 85 minutes. Not even Brad Friedel, who pulled off a series of fine saves throughout this match, was able to prevent the equalising goal.
Spurs were dealt a further blow when minutes later, substitute Tom Huddlestone was sent off for a rash tackle on Norwich's Jonny Howson. The midfielder, who had just been on the pitch for eight minutes, slid in on his opponent before making contact with Howson.
Referee Mark Halsey was in no doubt, and immediately showed a red card. Replays suggested the decision was a little harsh.
Villas-Boas has to wait until September 16, against Reading, to get things back on track.
Norwich, meanwhile, welcome West Ham after the international break as they too look for their first win of the season.