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Tottenham kept their Champions League hopes alive by putting 10-man Arsenal to the sword with a 3-0 win.

A win for the Gunners would have guaranteed a top four spot, but Antonio Conte’s men never seemed to let that happen at home.

Harry Kane continued his love affair with this game scoring twice and partner in crime Heung-min Son added another.

Kane’s two goals, which took him to 13 goals in the North London derby in just 17 games, came within 15 minutes of Arsenal’s away first half.

They conceded an unnecessary penalty in the 22nd minute, which Kane emphatically converted, then Rob Holding received a second yellow card before the England captain doubled the lead four minutes later.

Son’s goal, which took him to 21 for the season, came early in the second half and killed the game as Spurs fans enjoyed the night.

Despite the punishing night, Champions League football next season is still in the hands of Arsenal, who remain one point above Tottenham with two games left and, if they beat Newcastle and Everton, they are guaranteed a return to first place. division of the European club competition for the first time since 2017.

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Tottenham with the wind in the sails

Tottenham remain a point behind Arsenal after a memorable 3-0 victory over their rivals, but Antonio Conte’s team will have the strength and faith for the clash after a London derby that could hardly have been more comfortable.

To finish above their neighbours, Spurs have yet to win their last two games against Burnley and already-relegated Norwich and hope Arsenal slip through Newcastle or Everton, but their biggest derby win of the Premier League era was a blow. of hammer for the young man by Mikel Arteta. side.

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Arteta: The referee destroyed the game

It’s safe to say that Mikel Arteta is not impressed with the referees’ performance tonight.

“If I say what I think, I’m suspended for six months,” Arteta told Sky Sports.

“Then I can’t say. I can give my interpretation, but I don’t know how to lie and I don’t like to lie, so I prefer not to say what I think. I can’t say what I think. I will be suspended. I’m not dissatisfied with my players.

“I am very proud of my players. You can ask the referee to come in front of the camera and explain his decisions. A beautiful game was destroyed today.”


Son in frustration to be subtitled

“It was a gaffer decision and I have to accept it. He says we have an important game on Sunday, so that’s why. At the moment, I’m not angry, but disappointed, but moving on.

“I just wanted to keep playing but when I look back we have an important game on Sunday and I have to recover and be fresh.”


Harry Kane’s Post-Game Thoughts

“I’m proud of the boys. There was pressure on us, but we delivered well. We are very satisfied with the victory, but there are still two games to go and we have to focus on them.

“It’s a quick turnaround. We have bragging rights, but the most important thing is the Champions League, and we put pressure on them. We play early on Sunday so if we get a result we will see what happens.”


So Tottenham are now just one point behind Arsenal with two games to go.

They face Burnley on Sunday – victory would put them in fourth place. Arsenal will then face a tricky trip to Newcastle on Monday night, which is now an absolutely massive game.


FT: Tottenham 3-0 Arsenal

And that’s full-time… perfect night for Tottenham.

Kane and Filho with the goals, Holding with the red card for Arsenal. Spurs move into a Gunners spot.

Action pictures via Reuters

90 minutes: Two minutes added.

The referee’s book must be running out of space – Xhaka joins the party. It’s not exactly a shock, it’s…


88 minutes: Lucas is one of the few who is still injecting some rhythm into this match, going into space whenever he catches the ball. Odegaard the last player to take him down, he also enters the referee’s book.


86 minutes: Smith Rowe pulls Lucas out, and that’s an obvious yellow card, as you’ll see.

Four minutes more stoppage time – Arteta will be counting down the seconds until the final whistle blows.

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