Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur, 06 November 2016

Score1-1
RefereeMark Clattenburg
CompetitionPremier League
VenueEmirates Stadium
Attendance60,039
Kick-off: 12.00pm This fixture was now the highest scoring fixture in Premier League history with 139 goals.

Goals:

Kevin Wimmer own goal 42 OG

Goals:

Harry Kane penalty 51 P

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Petr Čech
Defender Héctor Bellerin
Defender Nacho Monreal
Defender Shkodran Mustafi
Midfielder Francis Coquelin
Midfielder Mesut Özil
Midfielder Granit Xhaka
Midfielder/Forward Alex Iwobi
Midfielder/Forward Alexis Sánchez
Midfielder/Forward Theo Walcott

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Hugo Lloris
Defender Kyle Walker
Defender Kevin Wimmer
Defender/Midfielder Eric Dier
Defender/Midfielder Danny Rose
Defender/Midfielder Jan Vertonghen
Midfielder Moussa Dembélé
Midfielder Christian Eriksen
Midfielder Victor Wanyama
Midfielder/Forward SON Heung-min
Forward Harry Kane

Substitutions:

Aaron Ramsey for Francis Coquelin 65
Olivier Giroud for Alex Iwobi 70
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain for Theo Walcott 71

Substitutions:

Vincent Janssen for Harry Kane 73
Kieran Trippier for Kyle Walker 80
Harry Winks for SON Heung-min 89

Cards:

Laurent Koscielny 69 Y

Cards:

Kevin Wimmer 6 Y
Eric Dier 73 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper David Ospina
Defender/Midfielder Kieran Gibbs
Midfielder Mohamed Elneny
Midfielder Aaron Ramsey
Forward Olivier Giroud

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Michel Vorm
Defender/Midfielder Kieran Trippier
Midfielder Josh Onomah
Midfielder Harry Winks
Forward Vincent Janssen

Comments:

League position: 4th Arsenal had now lost only one of their last 21 Premier League games (won 12). The Gunners were now unbeaten in their last 16 games in all competitions (won 12). Kevin Wimmer became the second player to score an own goal in the 49 Premier League North London derbies. The other was scored by Chris Armstrong for Arsenal on 19 March 2000.

Comments:

League position: 5th Tottenham Hotspur were now unbeaten in their opening 11 league games for the first time since 1960-61; a season which they went on to win the title. They had now drawn four consecutive Premier League games for the first time since April 2008. Mauricio Pochettino became the first Spurs manager to have gone unbeaten in their first five league meetings with Arsenal.