Premier League: Arsenal defeats Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 on Sunday

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LONDON. Arsenal defeats Tottenham Hotspur with a 2-0 win with an own goal from H. Lloris (14') and a goal from M. Ødegaard (36').

LONDON. Arsenal tops Tottenham Hotspur with a 2-0 win with an own goal from H. Lloris (14′) and a goal from M. Ødegaard (36′).

The match was held at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Stadium in London on Sunday and this began at 4:30 pm UTC. The referee was Craig Pawson who was helped by Marc Perry and Scott Ledger. The 4th official was Darren England. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was quite cold around 4.7 degrees Celsius or 40.41 Fahrenheit. Humidity was up to 82%.​

Match Statistics

There wasn’t much of a difference in ball possession. Tottenham Hotspur was in possession of the ball for 51% of the time vs. Arsenal that controlled the ball for 49% of the time.

Arsenal was more aggressive with 65 dangerous attacks and 14 shots of which 5 were on target. Which is one of the reasons Arsenal won the match.​

Tottenham Hotspur shot 17 times, 7 on target, 10 off target. Talking about the opposition, Arsenal shot 14 times, 5 on target, 9 off target.


Tottenham Hotspur received 4 yellow cards (Cristian Romero, R. Sessegnon, P. Sarr and Eric Dier). On the opposite side, Arsenal received 2 yellow cards (Gabriel Martinelli and Gabriel Magalhães).

After playing this match, Tottenham Hotspur will stay with 33 points to stay in the 5th place. Talking about the opposition, Arsenal will have 44 points to stay in the 1st place.

Match Events

  • 14'

    Hugo Lloris

    Thomas Partey

  • 35'

    Cristian Romero

  • 36'

    Martin Ødegaard

    Bukayo Saka

  • 45'

    R. Sessegnon

  • 53'

    P. Sarr

  • 70'

    Gabriel Martinelli

  • 71'


    Matt Doherty

  • 72'

    Clément Lenglet

  • 76'

    Yves Bissouma

    P. Sarr

  • 76'

    Ivan Perisic

    R. Sessegnon

  • 79'

    Kieran Tierney

    Gabriel Martinelli

  • 85'

    T. Tomiyasu

    Oleksandr Zinchenko

  • 88'

    Ben Davies

    Clément Lenglet

  • 88'

    Bryan Gil

    Dejan Kulusevski

  • 90'

    Gabriel Magalhães

  • 90'

    E. Smith Rowe

    E. Nketiah

  • 90'

    Fábio Vieira

    E. Nketiah

Next match

In the upcoming Premier League match, Tottenham Hotspur will play away against Manchester City on the 19th of January with a 18-15 head to head in favor of Tottenham Hotspur (3 draws).

Arsenal will host Manchester United on the 22nd of January with a 20-11 head to head in favor of Manchester United (10 draws).

Tottenham Hotspur: Formation and Lineups

Tottenham Hotspur started with a 3-4-2-1 line-up (3-4-2-1).

The manager Antonio Conte chose to play with the following team: Hugo Lloris (6.6), Cristian Romero (6.4), Eric Dier (6.8), Clément Lenglet (6.8), Matt Doherty (7.0), Pape Matar Sarr (6.8), Pierre-Emile Højbjerg (7.5), Ryan Sessegnon (7.0), Dejan Kulusevski (7.0), Heung-min Son (6.1) and Harry Kane (7.8).


Tottenham Hotspur made 5 changes: Matt Doherty for Richarlison (71′), P. Sarr for Yves Bissouma (76′), R. Sessegnon for Ivan Perisic (76′), Clément Lenglet for Ben Davies (88′) and Dejan Kulusevski for Bryan Gil (88′).

Top player: Harry Kane

Probably the most impressive player in Tottenham Hotspur was Harry Kane.

His rating is (7.8) with 19 passes (68% accurate) and 4 key passes. He was won 6 duels out of 10. He performed 1 cross.

Arsenal: Formation and Lineups

Arsenal started with a aggressive line-up (4-3-3).

Regarding the opposition, Mikel Arteta Amatriain played with: Aaron Ramsdale (8.4), Benjamin White (7.2), William Saliba (7.0), Gabriel Magalhães (6.5), Oleksandr Zinchenko (7.2), Martin Ødegaard (7.6), Thomas Partey (8.0), Granit Xhaka (7.3), Bukayo Saka (6.8), Edward Nketiah (6.0) and Gabriel Martinelli (7.2).


Arsenal made 4 changes: Gabriel Martinelli for Kieran Tierney (79′), Oleksandr Zinchenko for T. Tomiyasu (85′), Martin Ødegaard for E. Smith Rowe (90′) and E. Nketiah for Fábio Vieira (90′).

Best player: Aaron Ramsdale

The player that probably impressed the most for Arsenal was the goalkeeper: Aaron Ramsdale. His rating is 8.43. He performed 6 saves.

Results of the day

These are the results of the day in the Premier League


Tanishq Sharma

October 2021 marked Tanishq's joining of In addition to writing for several newspapers, journals, and websites, he is the author of two cricket novels, Kings in Waiting and The Honorary Tyke. He still has a great deal of enthusiasm for Neil Warnock and Sheffield United.