Premier League HIGHLIGHTS, 3-1: Arsenal beats 10-men Tottenham in north London derby to remain top of table

Arsenal vs Tottenham Hotspur HIGHLIGHTS: Follow the highlights and blog of Premier League match between Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur at the Emirates Stadium.

Arsenal vs Tottenham Hotspur HIGHLIGHTS: Follow the highlights and blog of Premier League match between Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur at the Emirates Stadium.

Welcome to Sportstar’s highlights of the Arsenal vs tottenham Premier League match from the Emirates stadium.

90+3’

Three added minutes. Tottenham needs a miracle here, Conte will look for a scenario like the game against the same opponent last season where Steven Bergwijn scored twice in the stoppage time. But nothing of hat sorts happen as Arsenal wins the north London derby and has cemented its place at the top of the league table! Arsenal is unbeaten, including this win, in the last 12 games against Tottenham at the Emirates since a 3-2 loss in November 2010.

88’

Tierney with a long range effort but Lloris dives to his right to keep the ball out. Could have been a thunderous goal but now its a corner for Arsenal. Saka takes it quickly and it is cleared without fuss

87’

Substitution for Arsenal - Tomiyasu IN. White OUT

84’

Martinelli goes in for a sliding tackle that goes wrong and he gets a yellow card for it. Debatable decision but the refree lets it slip away

81’

Throw for Arsenal, they are in total domination this half. Saka makes a good dribble, passes it to Martinelli in the left flank but Romero does well to keep the ball out. 89 percent possession in favour of Arsenal.. Unreal!!

78’

Susbtitution for Arsenal - Vieira, Nketiah IN. Odegaard, Jesus OUT

77’

Saliba gets a yellow card. Takes one for his team as he brings down Bentancur who was running in dangerously into the Arsenal box

Did you know?

Arsenal has’t kept a clean sheet in any of its last eight Premier League home games, but has won our last six in a row at the Emirates. 

72’

Substitions for Arsenal - Tierney, Lokonga IN. Saka, Partey OUT

70’

Sanchez, Bissouma, Sessegnon, Doherty IN for Tottenham. Son, Richarlison, Perisic, Langelt OUT

67’

GOALLLL!!! Xhaka taps one close range. Saka makes a beautiful run into the box and tries to shoot, it is blocked and Xhaka capitalises to give Arsenal a 3-1 lead. Spurs suffering after that Emerson red card

61’

Ermerson gets a straight red for his atrocious tackle on Martinelli!! He chased Martinelli for quite a while before stomping on his ankle, the Brazilian is down and is in agony

56’

Richarlison, on the right flank receives the ball he makes a quick run before crossing it to Hojbjerg outside the box. An ambitious effort and it goes well wide. Looks like Hojbjerg tried to recreate that Partey goal

55’

Saka’s long ball is deflected by Dier, Martinelli is there on the right to receive it, he shoots but it is blocked

54’

Gabriel Jesus yet again and this time he misses the header. Costly miss indeed considering Hugo Lloris’ position. Should’ve ideally been 3-1 for Arsenal now. Domination!

49’

GOALLLLL!!! Saka does most of the work, wreaking havoc in the Tottenham box, his shot is deflected but Jesus is there to tap it in!! Arsenal scores within 5 minutes into the second half

46’

Second half underway as Jesus starts things off for the home side. Kane provides a lovely long ball to Romero, he reaches there with a bit of struggle and fails to convert it eventually. Tottenham carrying the same intensity from last ten minutes

45’

Two added minutes and looks like we will go into the half 1-1. Arsenal has the numbers backing it, with 9 shots on goal compared to Tottenham’s 4. But that’s how football is, stats can be deceiving

42’

Gabriel Jesus with a couple of brilliant dummies and he almost scores but Lloris seems unmoved by these tricks as he blocks the shot quite easily. Match is equally poised as of now

40’

Odegaard runs riot in the middle, taking the ball past three Tottenham players before passing the ball to Saka but Son intercepts, he is everywhere! Son clears the ball qucikly

38’

Corner taken by Saka, delivered quite impressively but Arsenal front fails to capitalise it. Saliba takes control of the ball and produces a through ball to Son but he is stopped in his tracks. Tottenham enjoying a 66 percent possession in the last 5 minutes

36’

Almost!! Zinchenko’s error leads to Richarlison taking the ball dangerously close to the post but Ramsdale is up for the task, collects the ball with ease.

Did you know?

As well as being the highest-scorer in north London derby history with 14 goals (including this penalty), Harry Kane has scored more Premier League goals against Arsenal than any other player in the league history. He also becomes the first ever Premier League player to score 100 away goals. Top quality player

29’

GOALLLL! Harry Kane takes the penalty. And he takes it rather comfortably. Hits it straight as Ramsdale dives to his left. Scores level 1-1 Antonio Conte is pumped as usual, nothing new here!

28’

PENALTY!! Son with a brilliant piece of dribble. Passes it to Kane who backheels it back to the Korean and he sees Richarlison free on the right, passes it. Richarlison gets there and Jesus puts on a dreadful slide tackle.

25’

Romero’s blunder on Jesus leads to an Arsenal freekick. Perisic takes it rather quickly and sends the ball to the left corner to Martinelli. Jesus inside the box receives it but Tottenham defense pounces on him and clears any danger.

19’

GOAAALLLLL!!!!! ELECTRIC!!! PARTEY SCORES A SCREAMER. Saka from the right passes the ball to White who finds Partey and he dispatches the ball on the top right corner from well outside the box. Elite stuff!

16’

Perisic does well to dribble past a couple of players to pass the ball to Son but he is cramped for space, eventually passing it to Richarlison in the middle. But the ball is cleared quickly

14’

Kane almost scores for Spurs but is called offside before anything happens. Had it not been an offside, Tottenham would’ve got the lead.

12’

Freekick yet again, Son takes it. That is a brilliant ball but the Tottenham attack fails to convert it. Richarlison gets a faint touch and Ramsdale collects it comfortably.

9’

Heung Min Son is on the receiving end this time, he is pulled down and gets a freekick. It is taken quickly on the left but nothing major happens as the ball gets intercepted quickly. Arsenal is yet again in a dominant posesession

5’

FOUL! Jesus tries to collect a lofted ball but finds Dier’s head and a freekick is awarded. No cards shown. Arsenal has a 77 percent ball possession and is currently all over its rival

4’

Saka lobs one ahead of Romero which is met by Odegaard but he fails to convert the volley. Tottenham defense is being tested in the few minutes that has passed.

3’

Corner for Arsenal and it is poorly taken, goes straight into the stands.

2’

Momentum building in favour of Arsenal as Zinchenko controls the left flank, it it deflected for an Arsenal throw. Jesus throws it inside the box but it is cleared without fuss by the Spurs defense

KICK-OFF!

Harry Kane starts the proceedings

The Tottenham players are lined up alongside the home team to make their way into the middle..

We are just minutes away from the blockbuster North London derby!

Highlights
  • Arsenal has won six out of seven league games. Its one defeat came at Manchester United. Meanwhile, Tottenham is only a point behind Arsenal.
  • Tottenham Hotspur is yet to lose a game this season with five wins and two draws in seven games.
  • Antonio Conte’s Tottenham has the better stats in the last five games. It has four wins and a draw and has the opportunity to top the table if it can win this fixture
Did you know?

Arsenal has won its last two Premier League home games against Tottenham, last winning three in a row against them between February 2012 and September 2013.

LINE-UPS

Arsenal: Ramsdale, Zinchenko, Magalhães, Saliba, White, Xhaka, Partey, Martinelli, Ødegaard(C), Saka, Jesus. (4-2-3-1)

Tottenham: Lloris(C), Lenglet, Dier, Romero, Perišić, Bentancur, Højbjerg, Emerson, Heung-Min, Richarlison, Kane. (3-4-2-1)

Premier League form guide
Arsenal - W L W W W
Tottenham Hotspur - W W D W W

Table topper Arsenal will take on Tottenham Hotspur, which is unbeaten in the league so far, in a mouth watering north London derby at the Emirates Stadium today.

There’s not much to separate between these two teams as Tottenham, currently third in the points table, will have the opportunity to go top of the table if it manages to win this tie and Conte’s men will look to do just that.

Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal cruised past Brentford 3-0 in its last premier league game while Tottenham trashed a lowly Leicester City 6-2 in its previous league game.

Streaming information
The Arsenal vs Tottenham Premier League match will be live telecast on Star Sports network and can also be live streamed on Disney+ Hotstar.
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