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Four charged over incidents at Arsenal's derby with Tottenham

Guardian - man, 03/12/2018 - 15:49
  • Three men charged with throwing a missile on to pitch
  • One man charged with public order offence at Emirates Stadium

Four men have been charged by the Metropolitan police over incidents related to Sunday’s north London derby.

Six arrests were made in relation to the Premier League match between Arsenal and Tottenham at the Emirates Stadium, which the Gunners won 4-2. Two men were released without charge.

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'Arsenal scuffle showed how much at stake'

Sky Sports - man, 03/12/2018 - 15:08
Christian Eriksen says Sunday's heated north London derby showed "how much was at stake", with both sides caught in scuffles.

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Sky Sports - man, 03/12/2018 - 07:00
There were a host of great goals in the Premier League this weekend, but which was the best? Watch and choose for yourself here!

Premier League grades

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Watch the best Premier League saves of the weekend, including fine stops from Alisson and David de Gea, and pick your favourite.

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The Dozen: the weekend’s best Premier League photos

Guardian - søn, 02/12/2018 - 20:55

Your weekend roundup of the best photography from England’s top flight

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Spurs face FA inquiry after fan throws banana skin at Arsenal’s Aubameyang

Guardian - søn, 02/12/2018 - 20:51
• Away fans greet striker’s goal celebration with hail of objects
• Seven arrests, two of them Arsenal fans who lit smoke canisters

Tottenham face a Football Association investigation after one of their supporters was arrested for throwing a banana skin at Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang during Arsenal’s 4-2 derby win at the Emirates Stadium.

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Arsenal’s Aubameyang seizes moment with all-action display against Spurs

Guardian - søn, 02/12/2018 - 20:27

High-grade striker who had hit a plateau appears to have been re-energised by Unai Emery, whose side showed huge fight

More. More of this. On a thrilling, fun occasionally toxic afternoon Arsenal and Tottenham produced a wickedly entertaining derby game; an afternoon undercut time and again by elements of grace from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who basically ran this game from the front.

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Fan arrested after banana skin thrown

Sky Sports - søn, 02/12/2018 - 19:55
A fan has been arrested after a banana skin was thrown onto the pitch as Arsenal players celebrated in the north London derby at the Emirates.

Poch: Arsenal fresher from midweek

Sky Sports - søn, 02/12/2018 - 18:55
Mauricio Pochettino insists Arsenal were fresher than his Tottenham side because they were able to rest players in midweek before their north London derby win.

Arsenal 4-2 Tottenham: Premier League – as it happened

Guardian - søn, 02/12/2018 - 17:22

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored twice as Arsenal extended their unbeaten run to 19 matches with victory over their north London rivals

Torreira caps Arsenal’s comeback win over 10-man Spurs

4.20pm GMT

Read David Hytner’s report from the Emirates:

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4.09pm GMT

Aubameyang talks, after weighing in with his ninth and 10th goals this season. Asked if Arsenal are a different beast under Unai Emery, he replies: “Yeah, I think so. We can see always, we never give up and that’s the mentality. The most important is the present, we are looking to continue this [unbeaten] run. We are still winning games and we just have to keep going.” Victory lifts Arsenal to fourth, above Spurs on goal difference.

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4.02pm GMT

Unai Emery celebrates victory in his first north London derby, as his side extend their unbeaten run to 19 matches. Arsenal blew Spurs away in the second half, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang adding his second to kickstart the fightback before Alexandre Lacazette stepped off the bench to take the lead. Lucas Torreira wrapped up victory, before Jan Vertonghen was sent off for picking up a second silly yellow card. An incredible game!

3.59pm GMT

90+5 min: “And it’s Arsenal, Arsenal FC, we’re by far the greatest team, the world has ever seen,” is the predictable verse from home supporters. They’re almost there.

3.58pm GMT

90+4 min: Arsenal turn the tempo down to a pedestrian pace, as their fans goad Harry Kane. They’re going to enjoy every single second of this.

3.57pm GMT

90+2 min: Ole! Ole! Ole! Arsenal supporters are enjoying themselves. Agony for Spurs.

3.55pm GMT

90+1 min: Xhaka takes an age to take the corner, soaking applause from almost all quarters of a rocking Emirates. Arsenal don’t bother to send the cavalry up.

3.54pm GMT

90 min: Serge Aurier compounds a tough afternoon with a late challenge on Rob Holding. The Tottenham full-back is booked. Six added minutes to come.

3.52pm GMT

87 min: Xhaka is grounded after a challenge by Winks. The Spurs midfielder yells into the ear of the midfielder, unimpressed at Xhaka milking it. Bellerin gives Winks a shove, and the handbags soon die down, thanks to Mike Dean’s helping hand.

3.51pm GMT

86 min: A timely email. “If Toby Alderweireld had played this game we wouldn’t have let in four goals,” says Alistair Donegan.

3.50pm GMT

85 min: Jan Vertonghen is sent off! It’s a poor challenge, flying in on Lacazette and his day goes from bad to worse. He was booked inside 10 minutes for handball, leading to Aubameyang’s opener and that was always going to earn him his marching orders.

3.49pm GMT

84 min: Eriksen looks to race through on goal, but a roaring Sokratis stops him in his tracks. Arsenal regain possession and waltz forward in search of a fifth.

3.48pm GMT

83 min: Aubameyang almost wriggles away from Foyth, but eventually the Arsenal striker is crowded out. The pocket of Spurs supporters have been silenced.

3.46pm GMT

82 min: Danny Rose replaces Ben Davies.

3.45pm GMT

81 min: Sissoko supplies Davies down the left, and the Tottenham full-back wins a corner. Lucas Moura arrives into the box unmarked, but heads painfully wide.

3.44pm GMT

79 min: Pochettino summons Moura and Winks, in place of Son and Alli. It all feels a little too much, too late. Arsenal wrestled back control and soared through the gears. A shellshocked Vertonghen goes into the book, as Arsenal win another free-kick but Sokratis cannot steer his effort on target.

3.41pm GMT

It’s four – what a game! Lucas Torreira hammers low beyond Lloris from an acute angle. Aubameyang plays a wonderful reverse pass into the Uruguayan midfielder – who has been superb – and he slams it into the far corner. Torreira whips off his shirt in celebration, earning him a booking, but he will not care an inch.

3.38pm GMT

Alexandre Lacazette gives Arsenal the lead, and the Emirates erupts. A few red flares are let off as Lacazette beats Lloris from the edge of the box. It’s a nightmare for Juan Foyth, who is robbed of possession in the buildup. Arsenal then fly forward and after Lacazette spins away from Vertonghen, his low effort squeezes into the corner beyond Lloris, via the shin of Eric Dier. Agony for Spurs. Ecstasy for Arsenal at the Emirates.

3.37pm GMT

72 min: Arsenal are playing more patiently, probing for an opening. Unai Emery’s used all of his substitutes, while Pochettino still has the ability to roll the dice. Lacazette has been lively down the right since coming on, and earns a corner.

3.35pm GMT

70 min: Guendouzi replaces Mustafi, who jogs off, hobbling a little. Arsenal appear to have moved to a midfield diamond, with Xhaka sitting in front of the back four.

3.34pm GMT

69 min: Mustafi’s back up and moving, though Arsenal have Guendouzi ready.

3.34pm GMT

68 min: Bellerin gifts the ball to Son ... but the Spurs striker cannot beat Leno! Bellerin apologises after his attempt to switch play is cut out by Son, who is suddenly plain through on the Arsenal goalkeeper. His effort is powerful, but too close to the German. Meanwhile, Mustafi is grounded with what looks like a leg injury.

3.31pm GMT

66 min: Lacazette’s cross from the right is deflected by Vertonghen. Aubameyang is lurking, but Foyth does superbly to intervene. It doesn’t matter, though, because Aubameyang’s booked for a high boot.

3.30pm GMT

65 min: Alli is booked for clipping the heels of Xhaka. Foyth fouls Aubameyang. The game’s just become a little bitty in midfield, but you sense it’s far from finished.

3.28pm GMT

64 min: Torreira fouls Alli on halfway, allowing Spurs to get things going but Sissoko’s pass is wayward. Pochettino, in the dugout, is a picture of frustration.

3.27pm GMT

62 min: Arsenal break once more, with Lacazette freed in behind the Spurs defence. It comes over to the left, where Kolasinac unselfishly feeds Ramsey, but the Welshman gets it all wrong. Arsenal have very much come out the other end of that testing Spurs spell at the start of this half. Can they finish the job?

3.25pm GMT

61 min: Sokratis heads over from Xhaka’s delivery.

3.25pm GMT

60 min: Arsenal almost, almost find a third! Holding nods across goal from the corner, before Kolasinac sends an effort at goal. Lloris keeps that out but the rebound drops kindly for Torreira, who flashes his shot agonisingly wide. The atmosphere in the Emirates is absolutely electric. And now Arsenal win another corner ...

3.23pm GMT

57 min: Arsenal tails are up. Aubameyang charges down Vertonghen’s pass out from the back, before Kolasinac wins a foul wide on the left flank. Emery’s bouncing up and down the touchline. He’s ushered back towards his dugout.

3.20pm GMT

It’s a superb, instinctive finish! Arsenal fly forward down the right, with Bellerin curling a wonderful ball in for Ramsey, in behind Vertonghen. Ramsey doesn’t have to do a lot to help the ball on but his flick is deft and, first time, Aubameyang lashes the ball beyond Lloris from distance. It’s a wonderful goal.

3.19pm GMT

53 min: Spurs suffocate Arsenal, penning Bellerin in at full-back. But Arsenal wriggle free, only for Holding to ambitiously blast over from distance.

3.17pm GMT

52 min: Arsenal are huffing and puffing. Aubameyang’s adjudged to have fouled Foyth, and Spurs restart. Tottenham will be happy with this.

3.15pm GMT

50 min: Leno palms Kane’s free-kick wide for a corner, but Arsenal eventually clear after Vertonghen did well to recycle the ball. A replay of that corner shows Kolasinac grabbing Foyth by the neck, and then the young Argentine following suit.

3.14pm GMT

49 min: Arsenal gift Spurs another free-kick, this time Xhaka on Alli. Harry Kane fancies his chances. It’s 25 yards from goal, just to the left of the 18-yard box.

3.13pm GMT

48 min: And it’s headed clear by Holding! Eriksen’s delivery is inviting, so much so that Leno comes flying out to punch it away but ends up in no man’s land. Kane cannot get there, either, thankfully. The corner comes to nothing, but Spurs have settled far quicker than they did the first half.

3.11pm GMT

47 min: Kolasinac weighs in with a clumsy challenge on Dele Alli on the touchline. Spurs win a free-kick 25 yards out. Eriksen will swing it in ...

3.10pm GMT

46 min: Lacazette and Ramsey are on for Mkhitaryan and Iwobi. No nonsense from Unai Emery at the break. It could turn out to be a very bleak day for Arsenal at this rate:

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2.57pm GMT

A brilliant, if spicy, first 45 minutes. Harry Kane’s penalty gives Spurs the lead at the interval, after Eric Dier equalised at the Emirates. Arsenal dominated the first 20 minutes until Spurs awoke. Dier celebrated by hushing Arsenal supporters and substitutes, warming-up in close proximity. Guendouzi was particularly enraged, Dier booked. Aubameyang gave Unai Emery’s side a deserved lead before Dier nodded in Eriksen’s free-kick and then Son fell under the challenge of Rob Holding, leading Mike Dean to point to the spot. That decision infuriated Kolasinac, who had a little contretemps with Ben Davies. Kane did the rest.

2.54pm GMT

45+2 min: Lloris claws Mustafi’s looping header away from goal! Xhaka whips in the corner, the Arsenal defender connects with it and eventually it bounces off the bar.

2.53pm GMT

45+1 min: Mkhitaryan feeds Aubameyang, but the Arsenal striker cannot get his first touch right. Still, Arsenal win a corner. They play a short, but eventually it’s Dele Alli who clears Tottenham’s lines. Pochettino hastily applauds.

2.51pm GMT

45 min: There will be three added minutes.

2.50pm GMT

44 min: Iwobi plays in Kolasinac, who lays it on a plate for Aubameyang. He must score, but wellies it straight at Lloris. And he’s flagged a yard offside anyway.

2.49pm GMT

43 min: Arsenal enjoy some possession, with Eriksen pulled up for a foul on Bellerin. Arsenal will break through Iwobi ...

2.47pm GMT

41 min: Alli looks to play in Kane from the right, but Sokratis clears. And Leno is moaning about being clobbered by the Spurs striker. Aurier throws in from the right as Spurs look to up the ante.

2.46pm GMT

39 min: Spurs are enjoying themselves, playing little triangles around a sea of fuming Arsenal shirts. Temperatures are simmering, though Arsenal need to be wary they don’t boil over as Xhaka gets himself in a tangle. Bellerin slams the ball down after Iwobi overhits a dreadful crossfield pass in search of the full-back.

2.43pm GMT

37 min: A plucky challenge by Mustafi on Son earns the Germany defender a booking. That, equally, had been coming. Spurs are in the ascendency.

2.41pm GMT

35 min: Spurs have the bit between their teeth. Arsenal appear to have imploded, with the occasion suddenly overwhelming them. Mustafi is the latest player guilty of a silly foul on halfway. Emery desperately wants his players to calm things down.

2.40pm GMT

Harry Kane strikes. That’s his eighth goal against Arsenal in eight games. Emery is scratching his chin, unnerved at what’s just unfolded before his eyes.

2.39pm GMT

33 min: And now Spurs have a penalty! Son had made a brilliant run, and Holding scythes him down. Arsenal are suddenly on the back foot.

2.38pm GMT

31 min: Hang on a minute, Pochettino is down by the corner flag as Spurs players and Arsenal substitutes have a little ding-dong. Dier wheels away to celebrate in front of a section of Arsenal supporters, where the substitutes are warming up, and it’s pretty unsavoury, if relatively low-key. Pochettino, meanwhile, is reminded by the fourth official Andre Marriner that his technical area does not stretch 40 yards.

2.36pm GMT

Spurs restore parity, with Dier nodding in Eriksen’s free-kick at the front post. Bernd Leno hardly covered himself in glory, with the ball squeezing in at his near post.

2.35pm GMT

28 min: Torreira’s been everywhere for Arsenal, this time intercepting Eriksen’s ball in search of the overlapping Ben Davies. Meanwhile, Kane’s had a fifth touch. Arsenal are just beginning to drop off, perhaps deliberately to preserve energy. Spurs win a free-kick from the angle, 25 yards from goal. Eriksen fancies it.

2.32pm GMT

26 min: Harry Kane’s touched the ball four times. That comes as little surprise given how dominant Arsenal have been, even if Spurs have showed a few green shoots since going behind. There is only one winner in the Kolasinac v Aurier battle, with the Spurs full-back being given the runaround.

2.31pm GMT

24 min: Emery’s going bonkers on the touchline, screaming at Xhaka and Torreira to make themselves available when the ball’s in defence. On this evidence, they need to just whack the ball out wide to Kolasinac or Iwobi, who have had Serge Aurier on toast so far. Arsenal continue to find joy down the Spurs right.

2.29pm GMT

22 min: Son easily weaves his way past Sokratis and he gets a shot away, but Leno gathers. It was low and hard, but not too uncomfortable for the Arsenal goalkeeper to deal with. Arsenal have been guilty of growing a little sloppy in the last couple of minutes. You can hardly blame them after a ferocious start.

2.28pm GMT

21 min: Kolasinac does well to bite back at Eriksen, after a good break by Alli. Spurs are just beginning to stir, though Xhaka boots clear the resulting corner.

2.26pm GMT

20 min: Eriksen slips in Sissoko, who races through one-on-one v Leno, but the Spurs midfielder is flagged offside. Almost.

2.25pm GMT

18 min: Arsenal play it quickly, wide to Kolasinac and his cut-back is met by Iwobi, but the winger’s drive is kept out by Lloris’s legs! And then Arsenal probe down the left before Spurs eventually clear their lines at the back post. Spurs cannot live with Arsenal.

2.24pm GMT

17 min: For the first time in the match, Arsenal take something of a breather as Bellerin attempts to slow things down from the right. The throw-in is recycled by Spurs, who will count themselves fortunate at only being one-nil down. And now Mkhitaryan is fouled by Ben Davies. Arsenal win a free-kick almost 40 yards from goal.

2.21pm GMT

15 min: Davies’s cross from the left causes a brief moment of panic in the Arsenal defence but Xhaka does well to turn over possession. Just like that, Arsenal are back on the front foot. Pochettino’s decision to bench Alderweireld looks all the more mystifying at the moment.

2.20pm GMT

13 min: Arsenal are sniffing around for a second. Iwobi should do better after Arsenal counter, breaking into a three-on-three scenario, but the winger ends up overthinking things. The ball comes into the box, where Aubameyang is lurking, but the goalscorer gets it all wrong. Spurs survive, but Arsenal are looking rampant. They could be two or three-nil up.

2.18pm GMT

12 min: Son forces Leno into a smart stop from an acute angle! The Arsenal goalkeeper was never in trouble, but at least it was a positive reaction by Spurs.

2.16pm GMT

It had been coming, though not necessarily from 12 yards. Vertonghen handles Xhaka’s free-kick from the left and Aubameyang shows plenty of composure to send Hugo Lloris the wrong way. Tottenham have been nervy and frankly been all over the place. That’s Aubameyang’s 11th goal of the season. Vertonghen’s been booked after his flailing hand intercepted that routine ball into the box.

2.15pm GMT

9 min: Penalty to Arsenal! Handball by Vertonghen! Mike Dean points to the spot.

2.14pm GMT

8 min: And now Aurier fouls Aubameyang, wide on the Arsenal left. Xhaka will presumably float it in ...

2.13pm GMT

7 min: Arsenal pour forward once more after Torreira wins the ball after a sloppy pass by Sissoko. Iwobi’s initial shot is blocked before Kolasinac dallies a little, and is eventually crowded out by a swarm of Spurs shirts. Another promising foray.

2.12pm GMT

6 min: Vertonghen reads Bellerin’s through ball in search of Aubameyang. Spurs are having to regularly repel the hosts, who have began with a real intensity.

2.11pm GMT

4 min: Torreira cushions the ball for Kolasinac, who raids down the left once more. The Arsenal move breaks down, before Torreira, a terrier, charges in on Alli. It’s a late challenge but nothing more. Spurs earn a free-kick and some respite.

2.09pm GMT

3 min: Iwobi spins superbly on halfway, supplying an overlapping Kolasinac down the left but his low cross in is cut by Vertonghen. Toby Alderweireld looks unimpressed on the Spurs bench.

2.09pm GMT

2 min: Foyth gifts the ball away to the Arsenal midfield, and the hosts surge down the right again through Bellerin. He stands up a cross, but Spurs nod clear. Arsenal have definitely started the better, and brighter.

2.08pm GMT

1 min: A positive start by Arsenal, with Bellerin robbing Davies in possession to allow Mkhitaryan to motor away. He whips the ball in from the right, but Foyth does enough to make life difficult for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

2.06pm GMT

And we’re under way in north London. Aubameyang gets things started, and Arsenal shunt the ball out wide early to Bellerin.

2.04pm GMT

The teams are out of the tunnel at the Emirates. Here we go!

2.01pm GMT

Some pre-match soundbites. Unai Emery says Mesut Özil is missing with back ache. His team are 18 games unbeaten. “They have three points against us and today we can move level with them,” Emery says. “It is an important moment.” The Spurs manager says: “Look, always before the game it’s an exciting game for everyone, and even more after if you can win. If you are not able to win, you suffer and you are sad.”

1.50pm GMT

Chelsea, momentarily at least, move up to third in the table after victory over Fulham at Stamford Bridge. Pedro and Loftus-Cheek scored the goals in finely-poised game. That means Tottenham must win to leapfrog Maurizio Sarri’s side, while Arsenal will be hoping to move level on points with their rivals with victory. The 196th north London derby, and Unai Emery’s first taste of this fascinating match-up, is fast approaching.

1.47pm GMT

If Arsenal bring their A-game, they have the tools to expose Tottenham’s defence. They have failed to score in the league just once this season and could potentially have a field day against Juan Foyth and Jan Vertonghen, who play alongside each other in the Premier League for the first time. Pochettino, though, does not take these decisions lightly and he will feel they have ammunition to hurt Arsenal. Harry Kane loves scoring in the north London derby, but will have to breach a three-man defence this afternoon.

1.33pm GMT

Some pre-match reading to feast on:

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1.23pm GMT

At Stamford Bridge, Chelsea are doing their worst to beat Fulham:

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1.14pm GMT

Headline team news: no Mesut Özil for Arsenal, with the German absent again with back spasms. Only Rob Holding retains his place in the youthful Arsenal team that won in Kiev on Thursday, as Emery opts for a three-man defence. Mauricio Pochettino, meanwhile, brings Foyth, Dier, Eriksen and Son back in from victory over Internazionale in midweek. Jan Vertonghen makes his first Premier League start since the end of September but Foyth’s inclusion over Alderweireld is a particularly bold call, and possibly good news for Arsenal, who name Lacazette on the bench.

1.11pm GMT

Arsenal: Leno; Bellerin, Holding, Mustafi, Sokratis, Kolasinac; Xhaka, Torreira; Mkhitaryan, Iwobi, Aubameyang

Subs: Cech, Lichtsteiner, Maitland-Niles, Guendozi, Elneny, Ramsey Lacazette

1.00pm GMT

It’s that time again, and what a match-up this promises to be. Arsenal are just the 18 games unbeaten, while Tottenham have been in imperious form of late, winning their past six matches, including wins over Chelsea and Internazionale. Arsenal won this fixture 2-0 last time out, but that was their first win in eight league meetings. Unai Emery will make wholesale changes from victory over Vorskla, with striker Alexandre Lacazette a doubt, while Spurs may reintegrate fit-again Jan Vertonghen, though Juan Foyth could also feature. Harry Kane will be determined to add to his stellar goalscoring record having scored seven goals in as many league games against his, er, former club. Arsenal know victory will hoist them above their neighbours, while a Tottenham win would push them to within five points of leaders Manchester City. “It’s a special game, it’s tough to play this sort of game, it means more,” Mauricio Pochettino said. “We know that it means to our fans this game. The players feel that and are aware what it means.”

Kick-off: 2.05pm (GMT)

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Lucas Torreira caps Arsenal’s comeback in 4-2 derby win over 10-man Spurs

Guardian - søn, 02/12/2018 - 17:18

Arsenal extended their remarkable unbeaten run in all competitions to 19 matches but now they have their statement victory. Unai Emery and his re-energerised team have built momentum and belief during the sequence, although they had not been able to beat a Big Six Premier League rival.

That changed on a wild afternoon in north London when Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang continued his dead-eyed scoring exploits and Arsenal fought back from 2-1 down to register yet another come-from-behind win.

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