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Tottenham’s marksman Harry Kane’s spot-kick into the final quarter of the north London derby against Arsenal, helped rescued a point for Mauricio Pochettino’s side.
However, it is Arsenal who may have taken a big stinging slap to their faces after failing to sink arch-rivals Spurs at Wembley, when striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang fluffed his penalty kick.
Aaron Ramsey put Gunners on the front foot, nicking in, in the early minutes of the game to help Arsenal peg back a Tottenham side that had lost two games in a spin.
Somehow, Emery’s side failed to find the back of the net until the 90th minute when Aubameyang was felled in the area.
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However, Emery’s side looked to have slipped back when Lucas Torreira was shown a red, leaving Arsenal with 10 men on the pitch.
A win for Arsenal would have seen the north Londoners move within one point of their rivals.
Attempts to steal all three points prove futile after Harry Kane scored from the spot, beating Bernd Leno. Though the Englishman was marked offside, Skhrodan Mustafi inevitably clipped him, rewarding Tottenham with a penalty kick.
Both side shared the spoils in what was a heated encounter, but Gunners fans would have wished Auba’s effort had gone in as rivals Chelsea close in on them from behind.
Meanwhile, Emery may have to scour the summer market for a centre-back following a dismal showoff from defender Mustafi.