Kane, Lamela and more: Tottenham stars react to Arsenal stalemate
Tottenham Hotspur duo Harry Kane and Erik Lamela take to Twitter after 1-1 draw with Arsenal on Sunday
Kieran Gibbs scored a late equaliser as Arsenal came from behind to secure a 1-1 draw with Tottenham Hotspur in Sunday’s north London derby.
Tottenham dominated much of the game at Emirates Stadium and Harry Kane fired the visitors in front in the 32nd minute with a cool finish past Petr Cech.
But Arsenal left-back Gibbs came off the bench to bundle home Mesut Ozil’s cross to earn Arsene Wenger’s side a point with 13 minutes remaining.
Tottenham goal-scorer Kane is satisfied with Spurs’s recent form heading into the international break:
— Harry Kane (@HKane) November 8, 2015
England and Tottenham right-back Kyle Walker speaks of his pride after Mauricio Pochettino’s side held on for a point at their rivals:
Proud of how we played today, the lads gave everything after an intense week of games. Got to thank our away fans… https://t.co/esMvGJby4a
— Kyle Walker (@kylewalker2) November 8, 2015
However, Tottenham’s club-record signing Erik Lamela was disappointed with the result after Spurs squandered a winning position:
Close to getting the 3 points, unhappy with the end result but we left everything we had. Proud of my team Coys…🔵⚪ pic.twitter.com/uhXUQdmsB5
— Erik Manuel Lamela (@Coco_Lamela) November 8, 2015
Recent England call-up Eric Dier pays tribute to the men who really matter on Remembrance Sunday:
— Eric Dier (@ericdier) November 8, 2015
Finally, Mousa Dembele would have loved three points to cap a perfect week for Tottenham:
— Mousa Dembele (@mousadembele) November 8, 2015