Harry Kane marked his return to action by equalising from the penalty spot in the second half as we battled back to earn a point at Arsenal on Sunday lunchtime (November 6).
The England front man, out since injuring his ankle on September 18, came straight back into the starting XI and duly scored in his fourth consecutive Premier League North London derby after the excellent Mousa Dembele was brought down in the box by Laurent Koscielny.
His effort cancelled out Kevin Wimmer’s own goal towards the end of the first period with the Gunners very much in the ascendancy at that time, but we enjoyed the better of the second half and Christian Eriksen twice went close to a winner – first being denied by a low Petr Cech save and then seeing his wide free-kick sail through and bounce off the far post.
Jan Vertonghen marshalled our newly-formed back three heroically and made some crucial late interventions as the contest ended 1-1, extending our unbeaten start to the domestic season into an 11th game.
The result also means we’re unbeaten in five consecutive Premier League matches against Arsenal for the first time since 1996.
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