Harry Kane gave the hosts the lead from the penalty spot, earlier than Rob Holding’s rash crimson card noticed the Gunners diminished to 10 males.
An outstanding Kane scored one other, earlier than Son Heung-min bought in on the act to place the cherry on high of the cake and carry Antonio Conte‘s males to at least one level behind their bitter rivals with two video games left within the race for the ultimate Champions League spot.
And Sportsmail’s ADRIAN KAJUMBA has rated how the gamers carried out in the course of the entertaining encounter.
Tottenham (pictured) smashed Arsenal 3-0 within the north London derby on Thursday night
Harry Kane (left) and Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (proper) have been among the many key performers for Spurs
Hugo Lloris: One nervy second apart, a stable final line of defence. Examined as soon as by Nketiah and equal to it. 7
Davinson Sanchez: Huge job deputising for Romero. Shaky on the ball often however did not let Spurs down when defending. 7
Eric Dier: Was protected in his defending in his field but in addition keen to step out and snap into tackles too. 7
Ben Davies, booked: Needed to be disciplined after early yellow card. Made various key interceptions and blocks. 8
Emerson Royal: Was saved occupied by Martinelli however bought ahead dangerously, having three scoring probabilities. 7
Ben Davies (centre) was spectacular in defence, making a number of key blocks and clearances
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg: Obtained via some important work. Appeared to interrupt issues up and begin strikes quite a few occasions. 8
Rodrigo Bentancur: A much-needed, composed presence in Spurs’ midfield. His header led to Kane’s second. 7.5
Ryan Sessegnon: Supplied good assist to his defenders. Produced inviting deliveries from the left too. 7.5
Dejan Kulusevski: At all times on the transfer and by no means let Arsenal settle. Cross led to the deadlock-breaking penalty. 7
Harry Kane: Wants no invitation in a north London derby. Arsenal gave him two and naturally he took them. 8
Son Heung-min scored one and was instrumental to Spurs’ assault clicking on Thursday night time
Son Heung-min: Took a battering however led to 2 huge first-half incidents. Scored one, ought to have had two. 7.5
Substitutes: Lucas Moura (changed Kulusevski, 72) 6
Steven Bergwijn (changed Son, 72) 6
Joe Rodon (changed Davies, 82) 5.5
Substitutes not used: Gollini; Winks, White, Craig, Devine, Scarlett.
Supervisor: Antonio Conte, booked, 8
A uncommon win in opposition to Arsenal and totally deserved. His staff stayed calm and the star males delivered for him.
Aaron Ramsdale: Powerless to stop Kane and Son scoring however two acrobatic saves prevented extra harm. 6.5
Cedric Soares: Sloppy defending led to penalty, giving Arsenal uphill activity. Important clearance denied Kane although. 5.5
Rob Holding, despatched off: Plan to get tough to thwart Son backfired badly. First-half crimson ended their comeback hopes. 4
Rob Holding (left) getting despatched off by referee Paul Tierney (proper) was a large blow to Arsenal
Gabriel: Eye-catching performer in Arsenal’s optimistic begin however more and more troubled because the night time went on. 6
Takehiro Tomiyasu: Made one big block to maintain out Kane. Pressured into centre-back after Holding’s dismissal. 7
Mohamed Elneny: Performed a key position tactically slicing off provide to Kane in open play and caught to his activity. 6.5
Granit Xhaka, booked: Couldn’t affect this event and let his frustration present greater than as soon as to referee. 6
Gunners star Bukayo Saka (proper) was poor and didn’t put defenders underneath sufficient strain
Martin Odegaard, booked: A few pictures apart, struggled to correctly get into the sport, a activity made even more durable after crimson card. 5.5
Bukayo Saka: Pressured Davies into early yellow-card foul however was unable to place him underneath sufficient strain after. 5.5
Eddie Nketiah: Had Arsenal’s finest try, put himself about at occasions however was starved of service and probabilities. 6
Gabriel Martinelli: Saved Spurs on their toes along with his urgent, vitality and directness. Was Arsenal’s largest risk. 6.5
It was a sobering day for supervisor Mikel Arteta, who noticed his staff unravel and lose composure
Substitutes: Emile Smith Rowe, booked (changed Martinelli, 64) 6
Alexandre Lacazette (changed Nketiah, 72) 6
Nuno Tavares (changed Gabriel, 75) 6
Substitutes not used: Leno; White, Swanson, Sambi Lokonga, Patino, Pepe.
Supervisor: Mikel Arteta 6
Optimistic begin however his plans unravelled after his staff misplaced their composure within the first half.
Referee: Paul Tierney 8
Immediate and proper name for penalty. Saved management of an enormous event very properly.
Man of the Match: Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg.
Attendance: Not confirmed.