Tottenham 3-0 Arsenal: Spurs overwhelm 10-man Gunners in north London derby to ignite top four

Tottenham thrashed 10-man Arsenal 3-0 in a stifling 191st North London derby to rekindle their hopes of Champions League qualification.

Arsenal had a dramatic and tense night at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium before falling into implosion as Cedric Suarez shoved Son Heung-min for Harry Kane in the 22nd minute A penalty kick gave Spurs the lead.

The gunman was horrified by the atmosphere and the occasion, and when Rob Holding received his marching orders for an mindless barge on his son (33), there were only 10 left of the gunman, And it took just four minutes for Spurs to cement their advantage when Kane bent over to head in his second.

Any hope of Arsenal’s comeback came to naught when Son Heung-min scored a third goal in the 70th second of the second half as fifth-placed Spurs secured an all-out victory to cut fourth-placed Arsenal in the game The advantages. The top four are over, with two more games to play.

Champions League qualification remains in Arsenal’s hands, but the devastating and less favourable run-in of this north London derby will reassert Tottenham’s confidence in leading the Gunners in the top four.

What’s next for Tottenham

May 15— Burnley (main)

May 22 – Norwich (1)

Monday, May 16 at 7:00pm

Starts at 8:00pm

What’s next for Arsenal?

May 16— Newcastle (1)live sky sports

May 22 – Everton (main)

Spurs secure top-four race to the line

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Harry Kane gave Tottenham an early lead in the derby after converting from the penalty spot.

The north London derby was a powder keg waiting to be ignited, with a spark for Tottenham midway through the half after Arsenal’s encouraging start. Cedric’s nudge prevented Son from reaching Dejan Kulusevski’s deep cross and left referee Paul Tierney with no choice but to point to that point, with Kane in the game 13th shot from there.

Cedric awkwardly admitted the penalty had been stole the show in comical circumstances when Holder recklessly collided with Son Heung-min off the ball for his second yellow card, leaving Arsenal with almost an hour to go Turned the single-goal loss with a score of 10.

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Rob Holding receives a second yellow card for a foul on Heung-Min Son.

Tottenham made the most of their man advantage, with Kane dodging a second header from Fuyasu Takehiro four minutes after Holding was sacked, and Tottenham ensured they kept the game in check. Tight control of the game until Hugo Lloris knocked Eddie Nketiah’s curveball down the bar.

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Harry Kane reached the back post to double Tottenham’s lead.

The pair quickly turned into three-pointers after Son Heung-min scored in the Arsenal area following Gabriel’s slip-up challenge on Kane, with South Korea sending Spurs’ third goal in the second minute of the second half.

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Son Heung-min extended Tottenham’s lead in the north London derby.

Arsenal are thankful for Aaron Ramsdale, who stopped Emerson Royal’s header and Kane’s long-range shot with a fine save, but it’s no consolation for the Gunners, They must brace themselves quickly to avoid their north London rivals joining the most coveted prize – Champions League qualification – to win this derby before the end of the season.


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