Of course, Vladimir Kramnik had a much better position and extra pawn. He could have won more quickly.
After move 68.Kd3 Tomashevsky had a great chance equalize the game. 68... Na4 69. Rf8+ Ke5 70. Ke3 Nc5 71. e7 Rxe7 72. Nc6+ Ke6 73. Nxe7 Kxe7 74. Rf5 Kd6 75. Rh5 Ne6 76. Ke4 Nc5+ 77. Kf4 Ne6+ 78. Kg4 Nc5 79. Kf3 Ne6 80. Ke3 Nc5 81. Kd4 Ne6+ 82. Ke3 Nc5. Endgame: Rook v Knight is drawish. Players can shake hands and accept the draw. The position was now equal, but as Garry Kasparov says: "One wrong move and you're out of the business". Black played move 68… Ke5?? 69. Rd7!! Boom! Evrything is over! In this game Vladimir Kramnik deserved to win, but he was lucky, his opponent helped him win.
Play to the end, someone will help you, too! :)