As Arsène Wenger has recently stressed, Arsenal aren’t able of arguing with the north London power shift, which means that for the first time in twenty two years his teammates finish behind Tottenham Hotspur. Currently only 17 points separate the rivals.
Harry Kanemeant’s and Dele Alli’ two goals in 146 second-half seconds did a sort of miracle – for the first time in the Premier League table Tottenham will have the season concluded ahead of their arch-counterparts.
The triumph in the final north London bout at White Hart Lane, suggested that Spurs will stay in the title race having cut to four points the gap with leading Chelsea. Meanwhile, Arsenal face a bout for the purpose of qualifying for next season’s Champions League.
When asked if 17 points turned to be a pure reflection of the gap between Arsenal and Tottenham this season, Arsene told that the points are just the points and they don’t fall from heaven. Earning them on the pitch is a natural thing. He added that it would be nonsense to deny the very existence of the gap between the clubs.