Arsenal vs Tottenham Hotspur ended 3-1 in favor of the Gunners to stay at the top of Premier League Table

Arsenal vs Tottenham Hotspur ended 3-1 in favor of the Gunners to stay at the top of Premier League Table

We have already heard that Arteta has a large fit squad of players to choose from this afternoon, but he had to play his very best in order to win Tottenham this afternoon.

Arsenal went out with this line-up below

The two teams came into the game with lots of hope but it was not very long before we begin to see the qualities of Arsenal on the field of play when Thomas Partey gave the opening goal with a good strike,

Thomas Partey scored a tremendous goal past Hugo Lloris to put Arsenal ahead of Tottenham Hotspur.

Our team got off to a good start, and we eventually took advantage of the space in and around the box when Thomas was passed in just outside the area, blasting his post into the top right hand corner.

Arsenal vs Tottenham Hotspur ended 3-1 in favor of the Gunners to stay at the top of Premier League Table

We’d been waiting a long time for Partey to have one of these after seeing him score quite often for Ghana, and what a strike it was.

Harry Kane love to score against Arsenal and he was able to do it today when he scored a penalty after Gabriel Magalhaes brought down his fellow Brazilian down Richalison in the box and, Arsenal tried to get back into the game but they could not as they ended the first half 1-1.

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This time, it was down to errors by Hugo Lloris and Christian Romero, with our main man Jesus forcing his way over the line to score his maiden North London Derby goal.

Arsenal was the better side this afternoon, they deserve to be ahead, and the Gunners looked the most likely to add the next goal since they kept on pressing.

Arsenal maintained their advantage after reclaiming it, and things went from bad to worse when Emerson Royale chose to strike out at Gabriel Martinelli, fouling him from behind and leaving his side with just 10 men to play out the remaining 25 minutes of play, and our lead was almost immediately increased.

Granit Xhaka was the man to add on the agony this time, taking up the ball on the edge of the box and spinning off to his left into space, before unleashing a low drive into the right side of the goal.

Conte appeared to give up soon after, making four changes in one window, removing both Son and Richarlison for defensive options, and that move seemed to have the desired effect, preventing us from adding any more goals, not that we didn’t put Hugo Lloris to work to keep the scoreline the same, with Kierney’s long-range effort a notable chance.

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