North London Derby Stalemated
A fierce rivalry featuring two teams with a similar need to win still found a way to disappoint.
Arsenal hosted its arch-nemesis, Tottenham, and all the sides could manage was a 1-1 draw.
This derby has a reputation as a Premiership goalfest that doles out trois points at the end, but this wasn't that kind of night.
It was England’s favorite new boy, Harry Kane, who sent a shiver down Arsenal's collective spine:
Two weeks before, he would've missed an empty net, but now, the HurriKane's back.
Should they give him a Ballon d'Or now, England?
Spurs actually bullied the Gunners for most of the match, but it only takes a goal to turn the tide.
And it changed when Kieran Gibbs went short side:
For three years, dude's been off the scoresheet, and now, he rings one up by entering as a substitute defender playing as an attacking position in the dying moments.
That's a movie script right there.