The game was given the usual big build-up, but it failed to deliver anything special and the teams finished up with a 1-1 draw.
That will no doubt disappoint Gunners fans, considering they had the opportunity to move out on their own at the top of the English Premier League table if they managed to get the home win.
But it’s still not a bad result against some strong rivals – and fans will now be able to enjoy the brilliant celebration of Coquelin when Wimmer headed into his own goal for Arsenal’s opener in the game:
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That is the passion supporters want to see from their players in a big game.
Harry Kane went on to grab an equaliser for Spurs just minutes after half-time, but the teams were unable to be separated come the final whistle.
And that now means Liverpool have the chance to go top of the table if they can beat Watford at Anfield.