Arsenal and Tottenham played out a thrilling 2-2 draw in Sunday's north London derby at the Emirates Stadium.
Mikel Arteta's side went a goal up within half-an-hour, with Bukayo Saka's striking a shot at goal that was deflected in by Cristian Romero to put the home side a goal up.
But Ange Postecoglou's side pulled one back just before the break, with James Maddison and Son Heung-min combining to see the South Korean forward secure his first goal of the afternoon.
In the second-half, Saka would convert from the spot after Romero handled the ball inside the penalty area, but it was cancelled out again, with Maddison stealing the ball off Jorginho in midfield, before playing Son in who produced a cool finish to level the scores at 2-2.
Mail Sport's Isaan Khan was at the Emirates and brings you everything you might have missed from today's thrilling north London derby.
Arsenal supporters could not believe their eyes, club legend Robert Pires sitting within reaching distance behind them in the press seats.
The 49-year-old was swamped on the way to his seat, a couple of fans bowing in his direction. A rendition of ‘Super Robert Pires’ also suddenly broke out in the second half. A king’s reception.
The Metropolitan Police’s use of facial recognition had caused uproar among pockets of fans, including Tottenham’s supporters trust group, prior to the match.
It had been described as ‘Orwellian’ by some. Placards with the words ‘Stop facial recognition’ were held by protestors in the hours before kick-off.
Well-known faces from all corners flocked into the Emirates today. Comedian James Cordon, retired long-distance runner Mo Farah and Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer were all in attendance, suited and booted.
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