Jol admitted he had "so many mixed feelings" about the final result of such a dramatic encounter.
"We played some fantastic stuff," he said. "Before the game we said we would try to dominate them which is hard here, but we managed that."
"I can't remember being 2-0 down - especially here - then being 3-2 ahead and we could have scored two or three goals after that.
"I really thought this could be the first time ever to beat them away, but in the end it was not to be.
"However, if you concede a penalty in the last 20 seconds and then still do not lose, maybe we should be pleased in hindsight."