Ten-man Arsenal held Tottenham Hotspur to a 2-2 draw in the North London derby in the Premier League lunch time kick-off on Saturday.
Toby Alderwereld and Harry Kane scored for Spurs while Aaron Ramsey and Alexis Sanchez were on target for Arsenal.
Kane had the first shot on target in the fifth minute which was well saved by David Ospina.
A minute later, Kane had another shot on goal, again Ospina was on hand to stop it.
In the 17th minute, Spurs had a free-kick close to the edge of Arsenal’s 18-yard box, but Eriksen’s effort was well saved by Ospina.
Lamela had Spurs first real chance from six-yard in the 26th minute but Ospina made a quick reflex save, palming away to safety.
Ospina was called to action again in the 27th minute, stopping Eriksen’s free-kick.
Arsenal opened the scoring in the 39th minute following a Ramsey flick off a Bellerin assist.
Welbeck came close to making it 2-0 for Arsenal in the 42nd minute but failed to connect properly with his header.
In the 45th minute, Rose tried a shot from 25-yard which didn’t trouble Ospina.
In the second half, Walker tried a shot from outside the box, Ospina was on hand to stop it.
Francis Coquelin was sent off in the 55th minute for a foul on Kane.
Alli came close in the 57th minute but his shot was blocked by Gabriel for a corner.
The resultant corner almost resulted into a goal for Spurs but Kane’s shot was stopped by Ospina on the line.
Alderwereld equalised for Spurs in the 60th minute from a corner which Arsenal failed to clear.
Kane doubled Spurs lead in the 62nd minute, beating Ospina with a fine strike.
In the 70th minute Rose tried a long range shot which didn’t bother Ospina.
Kane almost had his brace in the 72nd minute only for his low shot miss the target.
Sanchez made it 2-2 in the 76th minute off another assist from Bellerin.
Alli tried a long range shot which Ospina did well enough to save in the 80th minute.
Ryan Mason had a chance in the 83rd minute but his shot was blocked off for a corner.
Sanchez saw his well taken free-kick saved by Lloris in the 88th minute.
Gabriel almost scored an own goal in the 89th minute but was lucky to see the ball go over the bar for a corner.
Ramsey almost snatched the winner for Arsenal but his shot was blocked for a corner.
The draw sees Arsenal maintain third, while Spurs remain second.