Arteta revolutionizes London

When 30 days ago Tottenham were leaders of the Premier League and counted their first three games by victories, Arsenal, sunk in the last position, knew nothing but defeat. But, from one moment to the next, as if the North London football poles had been reversed during the national team break, the situation took a radical turn. Since then, three more games, and, again, one of the two has won everything and the other has also lost everything, only that in this case the one that celebrates the triumphs is Arsenal and the one that confirms its crisis is Tottenham.

A crisis further aggravated by the fact that it was their rivals in North London who executed them so forcefully. Three goals, neither more nor less, which served to confirm the improvement of some and the worsening of others. Nuno, who had managed to get the team to end the first days with victories —by least all of them, yes—, sweated a lot in the band, and his face was all a poem of Calvary that his people are going through, since they have two 3-0 defeats and this is 3-1 in the league.

For its part, Arteta, who can not get a single ‘but’ in recent datesNor can he say anything bad about his players, who, now finally, seem to be responding to him. The meeting at the Emirates was round for his people, from Ramsdale, which made a spectacular stop to Moura, to midfield, where Thomas seems to finally begin to impose himself.

Tottenham Shield / Flag

All this, of course, without forgetting the attack, where Smith Rowe and Saka, both with a goal and an assist, and Aubameyang, who also sent a ball into the netThey played a great game. Odegaard, who could not participate directly in the party, was fine, especially when it came to providing the calm and control that the team needed.

At Tottenham, little story beyond Heung-min Son, who marked the one with honor at the endWell, Kane, who has remained in the spurs physically but not mentally, still does not appear for the team and has not yet released his locker in this Premier League.


Oliver skipp (45 ‘, Dele Alli), Emerson (45 ‘, Japhet Tanganga), Bryan gil salvatierra (69 ‘, Tanguy NDombele Alvaro), Albert-Mboyo Sambi Lokonga (81 ‘, Xhaka), Maitland-Niles (86 ‘, Bukayo Saka), Nuno Tavares (87 ‘, Emile Smith-Rowe)


1-0, 11 ‘: Emile smith-rowe, 2-0, 26 ‘: Aubameyang, 3-0, 33 ‘: Bukayo saka, 3-1, 78 ‘: Heung-min son


Referee: Craig Pawson
VAR Referee: Stuart Attwell
Oliver skipp (66 ‘, Yellow) Odegaard (88 ‘, Yellow) Albert-Mboyo Sambi Lokonga (90 ‘, Yellow