Dele Alli’s slicing kick on the 55th minute and Harry Kane’s penalty three minutes later ensured there’ll be no St. Totteringham’s Day celebration for Arsenal against their north London neighbors this season.
Spurs continued their push for a first “Premier League” title as they kept the gap between them and Chelsea to a manageable four points with the win over the Gunners.
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) April 30, 2017
Earlier, Chelsea picked three points from Goodison Park and though he didn’t score, Victor Moses put in a laudable performance.
On the other hand though, Alex Iwobi have gone six consecutive matches without a minute’s action for Arsenal in the EPL or FA Cup (though they’ve been knocked out of the latter).
Arsenal are sixth on the log and are six points adrift the top four sport; though with a game in hand.
Arsene Wenger though, is now faced with the ominous reality that his Arsenal team will finish behind Spurs in the league and may also suffer the further blow of missing out on Champions League football next season.
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