Tottenham 0-2 Arsenal
Arsenal moved eight points clear at the top of the Premier League table with a 2-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur in the North London derby at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Mikel Arteta’s side looked to capitalize on Manchester City’s defeat at Manchester United on Saturday when Hugo Lloris took the lead when Bukayo Saka sloppily flicked the ball into his own net (14).
Martin Odegaard then rounded off a first-half lead with a long-range effort (36) to seal Arsenal’s first away win over Spurs in the Premier League since 2014.
Antonio Conte’s side improved in the second half after another dismal first half, but they couldn’t get past Aaron Ramsdale, who made a couple of good saves.
In chaotic scenes after the final whistle, a fan was hit behind the Spurs goal as he went to collect his gloves after an altercation with Arsenal goalkeeper Richarlison.
The situation quickly dissipated, leaving Arsenal to celebrate the win, which puts them in a dominant position in the Premier League title race and leaves their north London rivals five points behind fourth-placed Manchester United in fifth place.
More coming soon…
of Tottenham the next game will feature a massive Premier League clash Manchester City Thursday, live sky sports – starts at 20.00
Antonio Conte’s team will then go on the road Fulham Another London derby Monday night football January 23, live broadcast sky sports – starts at 20.00
Arsenal The next game is an important Premier League home game Manchester United Sunday, live broadcast sky sports – Starts at 16:30
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