12 February, 2018
Spurs were comfortable for the majority of the match at Wembley and should really have won by a more comfortable margin, having wasted several chances in the second half.
English worldwide Harry Kane stole the show again as his header early in the second half decided the North London Derby.
Spurs midfielder Eric Dier was voted Man Of The Match, MOTD, and speaking after the match, he stated: "We dominated the game and second half we countered really well, created lots of chances".
"Possession is 50/50 basically in this game", he said. Arsenal players and fans are no doubt sick of the sight of the Englishman. "If he can train, he can give you this type of performance".
The match got off to a quick start with Spurs applying the main early pressure, but the opening goal nearly came through an Arsenal boot when Shkodran Mustafi - who broke the deadlock at the right end in the reverse fixture - nearly turned Dele Alli's low pass into his own net.
As the half drifted on, Spurs began to get the upper hand but were let down by a lack of composure.
Harry Kane does it again!
It was a gilt-edged opportunity but he shot low and just wide.
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Four minutes in, Kane kept up his remarkable record against Arsenal.
Ozil is often made the scapegoat in games like this and in times gone by, he didn't exactly help himself. Davies was given space to left of the area to swing in an inviting cross, and Kane rose highest to power a header into the bottom-left corner.
It set a pattern.
On a day where Spurs were pretty wasteful infront of goal, there was only one man who could save the day for the hosts.
Alexandre Lacazette almost nicked a point in the dying moments but couldn't get his effort on target after finding space.
And Saturday's 1-0 win for Tottenham was the latest proof, if anyone needed it, that Spurs will remain dominant over Arsenal for some time to come.
Subs: Ospina, Chambers, Kolasinac, Maitland-Niles, Iwobi, Welbeck, Lacazette.