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 Posted by John Crace
2 days ago

Pochettino must get Tottenham playing in his own vision

Mauricio Pochettino, whose Spurs team drew 1-1 at Arsenal on Saturday, has had a steady but unspectacular start to life at Tottenham.

Relief was the overriding emotion following Tottenham's 1-1 draw at Arsenal on Saturday. Relief at not being embarrassed in the north London derby. Relief that a fragile team had finally shown a bit of backbone. Relief that last weekend's gutless home defeat to West Brom had been put to bed. Relief at taking an away point from a Champions League side. Come the final whistle many were celebrating the result as if it were a victory.

- Tottenham Ratings: Kaboul and Chadli impress vs. Arsenal
- Cox:...

 Posted by Michael Cox
3 days ago

Goals in Arsenal vs. Tottenham draw tell a tale of two teams

The North London derby was full of excitement, but the heated rivals were forced to share the spoils.

Coming onto this north London derby, we wondered which side was more desperately in need of the victory. In the end, a draw was a face-saving result for both, and an uneventful game offered both managers lessons for the future.

While Arsenal dominated for long periods, Tottenham will be more disappointed they failed to win the contest, having gone ahead in the second half through Nacer Chadli.

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Chadli is a peculiar footballer, someone who could be termed a "system player" -- he's rarely likely...

 Posted by Dan Fitch
3 days ago

Player Ratings: Kaboul and Chadli impress for resolute Spurs

Nacer Chadli scored in Tottenham's 1-1 draw with Arsenal while captain Younes Kaboul turned in an assured display.

Before the 1-1 draw away at Arsenal, most Spurs fans would have been utterly delighted coming away with a draw. Having gone ahead, they will have gone home nursing a sense of disappointment.

After witnessing the awful performance in that 1-0 home defeat to West Brom last weekend, the Spurs faithful witnessed a lot more fight and quality. Nacer Chadli's opener, though, was cancelled out by Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

- Macintosh: Both sides disappointed

The draw was a fair result but no-one cares about...

 Posted by Iain Macintosh
3 days ago

Three Points: Arsenal and Tottenham settle for disappointing draw

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Kieran Gibbs celebrate after the English winger scored for the Gunners.

LONDON -- Three observations from Arsenal's 1-1 draw with North London rivals Tottenham at the Emirates Stadium.

1. Result helps no one

Arsenal's supporters will salute another late fightback, Tottenham's traveling fans will herald a tenacious performance in the lair of their enemies, but the truth is that this is two points lost, not one point gained, for both teams.

We're six games into the season and North London's powerhouses, both with ambitions of a top-four finish -- perhaps more in Arsenal's...

4 days ago

#FCdebate: Which is the bigger English derby: Merseyside or North London?

The ESPN FC crew delve deeper into the Merseyside and North London derbies, and have a clear favourite of the two.

Come Saturday, we will be treated to two of the most intense rivalries in English football: the Merseyside derby and the North London derby. The cities of Liverpool and London are divided into two based on the allegiances of those who support Liverpool and Everton, Arsenal and Tottenham. But which derby is bigger?

On Merseyside, the red and blue halves continue the longest-running derby in English football history. After last season's rise up the table for both Liverpool and Everton, the northeast...

4 days ago

Arsenal vs. Tottenham: 50-50 Challenge

The ESPN FC crew look ahead to Tottenham's visit to the Emirates where the North London rivals will face off for the first time this season.

It is one of the fiercest derbies around: The North London derby between Arsenal and Tottenham. The Gunners and Spurs renew hostilities on Saturday in a pivotal Premier League contest. John Cross (Arsenal) and John Crace (Tottenham) face off ahead of the big one at the Emirates.

- Dall: Teams set for derby day duel

How would you assess your team's start to the season?

John Cross: Satisfactory. To sit firmly on the fence between good and unbeaten in the league and disappointing after a defeat in...