Christian Eriksen clocked up his half-century of Premier League goals and Harry Kane became the joint-top scorer in north London derby history, but honours ultimately ended even at Arsenal on Sunday afternoon.
In another rip-roaring battle at the Emirates, Eriksen swept home inside 10 minutes and Kane made it two from the penalty spot five minutes before the break, but Arsenal grabbed a goal back in first-half added time through Alexandre Lacazette to reduce our advantage heading into the break.
Kane hit the post for us but Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang stuck out a leg to steer Matteo Guendouzi's ball into the box past Hugo Lloris and restore parity in the second period. The Gunners had the ball in the net for a third time soon afterwards, but the assistant referee flagged Sead Kolasinac off-side as he sent in a cross in the build-up - a decision backed up after a VAR review.
Goalkeepers Hugo Lloris and Bernd Leno each pulled off some superb saves throughout while Moussa Sissoko was left kicking himself after two chances on the counter slipped away from him in the last few moments. Kane's appeals for a stoppage-time spot kick also fell on deafs ears, but you sensed both teams left wanting more as the final whistle sounded on a 2-2 draw.