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Premier League, September 1 2019

Arsenal 2
  • Lacazette (45+1)
  • Aubameyang (71)
Tottenham 2
  • Eriksen (10)
  • Kane (40 pen)

Arsenal impressed in recovering from two goals down in the north London derby to earn a 2-2 draw at home to rivals Tottenham in the Premier League. First-half finishes from the recalled Christian Eriksen and Harry Kane – from the penalty spot, after Son Heung-min had been brought down by Granit Xhaka – gave Mauricio Pochettino’s team a commanding lead, but Alexandre Lacazette’s goal on the stroke of half-time gave the hosts hope. Arsenal continued to threaten throughout the second half, and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang finally equalised with 19 minutes remaining before Kane, who hit the post at with his team 2-1 up, had a penalty claim dismissed in the final minutes. Here, our experts dissect the game’s key tactics in our latest video analysis.

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