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The last North London derby was a tale of two halves, although in both cases favor was given to one side.

It was also a story about two goalkeepers, but more on that later.

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Arsenal dominated the first half of their 2-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and then showed just how strong they can be to break with tenacious defensive play as Spurs attacked in second 45th round.

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[ MORE: Tottenham vs Arsenal recap, as it happened ]

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This second frame will see Spurs seethe for a while as Antonio Conte pushed the buttons that allowed Tottenham to showcase their prowess.

The enjoyable play that followed was also a disappointment, as the Spurs’ first half was lousy.

So who directed these performances? Read Tottenham and Arsenal player ratings out of 10.

Tottenham player rating out of 10 against Arsenal

Hugo Lloris: 3 –Bukayo Saki’s horrific mistake counted as an own goal. He’s not the same player this year

Ryan Sessegnon (Offside 76′): 5 – Not bad ahead, but Saki had too many opportunities to play in Lloris’s own net.

Clement Lenglet: 6 – Quietly efficient, especially in possession.

Eric Dyer: 5 – Images of sound and rage were created, but very rarely did they make sense.

Christian Romero: 6 – A little sloppy in the duel, but the defensive derby definitely came out.

Matt Doherty (71′): 6 – Hardworking and far from guilty.

Pierre-Emile Hoybjerg: 7 – Two shots, two created chances and three fouls. He played his part well enough.

Pape Sarr (76 mins short): 6.5 – Seven recoveries and getting stuck in double-figure duels.

Son Heung Min: 5 – Did almost nothing until the last 10 minutes of the game. Not good enough.

Dejan Kulusevski: 6 – Busy boy, but busy doesn’t necessarily mean good. Still bright enough to warrant a decent rating

Harry Kane: 6.5 – He has to score, right? if you are this player in this team in this game. This is what knocks him down with 7 or higher because Kane with 4 hits was one of Spurs’ only positives in both halves.


Richarlison (at 71 minutes): 5.5 – Shameful behavior at the end of the game.
Ivan Perisic (in the 76th minute): 6
Yves Bissouma (at the 76th minute): 7 – Bright.
Brian Gil (at 88 minutes): NA
Ivan Perisic (He, 88′): no data

Arsenal players ranking out of 10 at Tottenham

Aaron Ramsdale: 9 – Seven saves, including two early in the second half, when the Spurs were really set to come back. A day he won’t soon forget.

Oleksandr Zinchenko: 7 One of his best double-sided games in an Arsenal shirt.

William Saliba: 8 – There are days when Gabriel overshadows him, but that wasn’t the case today. Strong.

Gabriel Magalhaines: 7 – Solid. Calm.

Ben White: 7 – Seventeen of his 71 touches were passes into Tottenham’s final third.

Granite Xhaka: 7 – Seven recoveries. What a twist of fate since Unai Emery.

Thomas Partey: 8 – Nearly scored the goal of the year and also did all those horrible and unwanted things he did every week.

Martin Odegaard: 8 – What is the purpose. He will be the Martin maestro of the championship run if Arsenal do win the Premier League trophy.

Gabriel Martinelli: 7 – Four created moments were counted, and a yellow card was also received.

Bukayo Saka: 7 – An assist to Ödegaard’s goal and a shot that Lloris missed in his own net. To say that he was otherwise quiet seems unfair.

Eddie Nketia: 5.5 – On another day, the score is 0-0, and we discuss how Lloris stopped him early and how five chances were not enough to score one against the goalkeeper. Imagine if Gabriel Jesus were healthy today (although Spurs fans say the same about Rodrigo Betancourt).


Kieran Tierney (at 79 minutes): – 6.5
Takehiro Tomiyasu (at 86 minutes): no data
Emil Smith Rowe (in the 90th minute): no data
Fabio Vieira (in the 90th minute): no data

If you need a Premier League table for the 2022-2023 season, you’ve come to the right place.

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After a break before the 2022 World Cup, the Premier League is back with a bang and the start of 2023 has been a lot of fun.

Who look like title contenders and/or favorites?

Nearly halfway through the 2022-23 season, Arsenal and Manchester City look head and shoulders above the rest, although Newcastle have no intention of leaving and Manchester United have entered the fray.

The Gunners will be busy during the title challenge as Erling Haaland continues to storm the Premier League with an almost unbelievable goalscoring record.

An uneven Tottenham Hotspur hangs in the battle for the top four, with Liverpool struggling to stay in the Champions League scrap. Chelsea have a lot of work to do, while Fulham and Brighton are oddly on the fringes and have great campaigns.

[ VIDEO: Premier League highlights ]

Who are the dropout candidates?

Everton, Wolves and Southampton currently occupy the relegation spots.

But Leicester, West Ham, Nottingham Forest, Bournemouth and Leeds were just a few points away from the bottom three after starting upside down.

Below you will find the latest Premier League table.

Premier League Table – Round 20

Premier League table

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Good weekend, Premier League. Neutrals appreciate it.

Big boys? Well, it depends on the club.

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Arsenal and Manchester United primp after derby wins.

Chelsea are feeling signs of life and Newcastle feel they belong in any mention of the big boys.

Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur must find a way to give themselves hope.

And Manchester City have to wonder how they can start to look like a team that most analysts refuse to exclude from title discussions, even after losing away in the Manchester derby.

VIDEO: PL highlights ]

10 things we learned in the Premier League: Week 20

1. Drama on the sidelines: Red Devils come back and win derby (Manchester United 1-2 Manchester City): Listen, by the letter of the law Marcus Rashford May have technically was in the game, but he did not in any way affect the position of Manuel Akanji and City goalkeeper Ederson against United. The fact that Rashford was running towards the goal with the ball almost under his feet certainly interfered with the game and affected the positions of other players. However, United’s game plan was excellent against City and completely baffled the reigning champions. Fred was great as an extra player in midfield when he and Casemiro blocked Kevin De Bruyne and Bruno Fernandes cut long balls…


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