Arsenal defeats Spurs to turn North London red in the Premier League.

In the 193rd North London Derby, Arsenal defeated Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 to snap an eight-game losing streak.

With a 2-0 win over Tottenham, Arsenal increased its lead over Tottenham to eight points in the Premier League standings. As a result, they defeated their bitter rivals twice for the first time since 2014.


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Arsenal put on a dominant first half performance.

Hugo Lloris’ error allowed Bukayo Saka’s cross-shot to somehow deviate into the goal, giving the Gunners the lead on minute 14. The Gunners were incredibly dominant throughout the first period.


Before Martin Odegaard’s 25-yard strike flew into Lloris’ bottom left-hand corner, Thomas Partey hit the post with a beautiful volley, and Eddie Nketiah also came close.

Spurs are unable to answer.
After Spurs struggled to escape their own half, Aaron Ramsdale stopped Harry Kane’s header at the halfway point.

After the break, the Lilywhites significantly improved, and as has been the case so frequently this season, Kane and then Ryan Sessegnon kept Ramsdale busy.

The game became much more competitive, but the visitors maintained their composure under pressure and remained a threat on the break, with Nketiah coming close to widening their margin of victory on a few occasions.

The biggest improvement in Arsenal this season has been their ability to handle pressure, which was displayed as they quickly completed the game to earn a significant victory.

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With one more game played, the outcome keeps Spurs in fifth place, five points behind fourth-placed Manchester United.

Arsenal has won 12 league games in a row and could win their first championship since 2004.

Next, Spurs travel to Manchester City on Thursday, and Arsenal hosts Manchester United the following Sunday in a crucial match.

Talking Point Arsenal succeed in a crucial test.

In the lead-up to this game, numerous references to the battle for the top four last season and the 3-0 defeat to Spurs in May were made. Before the game, Mikel Arteta’s team dispelled all uncertainty.

It’s important to recognize the victory’s importance. It was also the first league double against the Lilywhites since that 2013–14 season that Spurs had won at home since 2014. Even though we haven’t reached the halfway point, the Gunners appear to be the real deal.

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