A dramatic North London Derby saw Arsenal and Tottenham draw 1-1 at Wembley.
It ended in Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang seeing his weak penalty saved by Hugo Lloris in stoppage time to see Spurs remarkably earn their first draw of the season.
Arsenal came into the game knowing a win would take them to within one point of Mauricio Pochettino’s side.
A good start led to Aaron Ramsey opening the scoring just 15 minutes in. The Juventus bound midfielder ran through one-on-one, before taking the ball past on-rushing Lloris and slotting home into an empty net.
The game remained 1-0 until half-time. Lacazette had a golden opportunity to score in the second-half – of which he squandered.
Unai Emery, who left both Mesut Ozil and striker Aubameyang on the bench, then brought his top scorer on.
Minutes later though, Tottenham got themselves back in it when Harry Kane took a tumble in the box. The Englishman should have been flagged for offside before the incident and wasn’t.
Kane equalised for his 16th of the season, but Arsenal should have won it deep into added time. Aubameyang’s penalty miss sees them stay four points adrift of Spurs and have now dropped outside the top four following Manchester United’s 3-2 win over Southampton.
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