April 1, 2023



Arsenal beat Tottenham, stretch Premier League lead

Arsenal moved eight factors clear on the prime of the Premier League desk with a 2-0 win over Spurs in a pulsating north London derby on the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Mikel Arteta’s aspect, looking for to capitalise on Manchester Metropolis’s defeat to Manchester United on Saturday, went forward when Hugo Lloris clumsily spilled a Bukayo Saka cross into his personal internet (14).

Martin Odegaard then capped a dominant first-half show with a shocking long-range effort (36) which in the end sealed Arsenal’s first Premier League away win over Spurs since 2014.

Antonio Conte’s aspect improved within the second half following yet one more insipid first-half displaying, however they may not discover a well past Aaron Ramsdale, who made a string of superb saves.

In chaotic scenes after the ultimate whistle, the Arsenal goalkeeper then seemed to be kicked by a supporter behind the Spurs aim as he went to retrieve his water bottle following an altercation with Richarlison.

The scenario was shortly subtle, nonetheless, leaving Arsenal to have fun a victory which places them in a commanding place within the Premier League title race and leaves their north London rivals 5 factors behind fourth-placed Manchester United in fifth.

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