Arsenal on Sunday thrushed their North London rivals Tottenham by three goals to one in a thrilling encounter at the Emirates stadium. Goals by Smith Rowe, Pierre Aubameyang and Bukayo Saka barely at the half hour mark were enough to sink the Spurs boat. Heuming Son scored the consolation goal in the dying minutes of the game. The Gunners displayed a great game which was in stark contrast of the previous matches. The results propelled Arsenal to the tenth position ahead of Tottenham who are currently on 11th place.Image: courtesy
On the stands was the Club's legend Thierry Henry who was sandwiched between his son and Sportify founder Daniel Ek. Henry wore a retro shirt as he was cheering his beloved team.Image: courtesy
In honor of the King of Highburry, Aubameyang did the legend's famous celebration after he found the back of the net. This was a reminder of the good old days when Thierry was literally ruling the Premier league.Image: courtesy
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