Spurs v Arsenal Sat 5th March 12.45

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He's been shit and looked more like he wanted to be sent off, and now hes scored.

Will taking Elneny off fuck em now though?
 

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oh no

do not fucking do this to me
 

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Holy fuck. Did not see that coming. What a time for Sanchez to finally do something this year. :eek:

Please hold on Arsenal.
 

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Spurs want fucking shooting. Great effort from their players but absolutely no discipline. Arsenal haven't been in this game.
 

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knobheads.

Jumped on the draw now tho.
 

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If that was at the Emirates Dier would be off.
 

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Fuck yes! Life in the old dog yet, eh? Never doubted it. I never doubted it for a second.
 

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Having gone down to 10 and 2-1 down, a draw is a great result. Could have been a win though, we were in control defensively at 1-0 up and Coquelin was stupid to get a red. I thought Wenger got it spot on today.
 

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If that was at the Emirates Dier would be off.
That was a genuinely outrageous decision. Coquelin's yellows were both fully justified, but what on earth was the referee thinking there? It was right in front of him!
 

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A word for our honourable opponents. Tottenham absolutely fucking bottled that, didn't they? Hahahahahahahaha. Good to laugh at bottlers.
 

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Dier should definitely have gone and there's a case for Bellerin too for pulling back and clipping Dele Alli for another yellow.

Good result in the circumstances for Arsenal but should still be really disappointed as it was a needless sending off to change the game, like Simpsons was. More frustrating when it's not a last ditch challenge or a more important moment.
Pretty pleased with that though.
 

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Good results for Leicester.

Anyway Spurs had the match practically decided after that beautiful turn around with Kane's goal but Lloris screwed it in Sánchez's kick.
Gabriel Paulista also almost gave Spurs the victory, Arsenal defensors...
 

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Game of bottlers really. How did Ramsey not score the winner at the end?? Bottled.
 

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Great game. Disappointing for Tottenham to lose a lead at home against 10 men. They bottled it.
 

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Bottled it? Spurs could have done with showing less bottle, tbh. They were reckless and didn't respect Arsenal's attacking capabilities enough.
 

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Bottled it? Spurs could have done with showing less bottle, tbh. They were reckless and didn't respect Arsenal's attacking capabilities enough.
Lol funny how no-one ever says that about Arsenal.

If anything they have TOO much bottle.
 

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Ramsey out on the right ftw. Thought Elneny looked promising. That should be the way it is for the rest of the season. Luckily I think Coquelin will only miss the Hull game.
 

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Lol funny how no-one ever says that about Arsenal.

If anything they have TOO much bottle.

arsenal bottled it post-St Andrews that year, but think their problem is that they never really replaced vieira or henry (who could replace them) and wenger doesn't seem to have a coherent philosophy going forward. certainly wouldn't accuse giroud, sanchez, ozil, cech (i.e. your best players) of being losers or bottlers, cos they've all been key players in winning teams before.
 

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arsenal bottled it post-St Andrews that year, but think their problem is that they never really replaced vieira or henry (who could replace them) and wenger doesn't seem to have a coherent philosophy going forward.
Oh we're big bottlers alright, imo 2010-11 was even worse than Eduardogate because we had a reasonable run-in and completely capitulated after losing the League Cup final, despite not even having any serious injury problems (unlike the previous year).

Spurs were in the best possible position today - at home, with a ref who let them get away with second yellow fouls, a goal up and a man up, against a team who had just lost three in a row. Couldn't have had it any easier, they just needed to keep their cool, keep the ball, be professional and manage the game. Part of it was fatigue (they looked knackered towards the end, which doesn't augur well in general for them) but part of it is experience imo. They have a very young team and they panicked a bit, started misplacing passes and stopped taking responsibility.

I've crunched the numbers and it's come out "bottle job", so that's that unfortunately.
 

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The best spurs team ever assembled with the best manager the team has ever had, couldn't beat a 10 man Arsenal. We were missing Kos and Cech too...should've won really.
 

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