Like Cain and Abel, Romulus and Remus and Noel and Liam Gallagher, Arsenal and Tottenham are part of the historical tapestry of warring siblings.
The intensity of the two North London clubs is fuelled by their proximity, both in a geographic sense and recently in the Premier League table. Absence makes the heart grow fonder; familiarity breeds contempt.
In 2013-14, Tottenham came closer than ever to beating Arsenal to a Champions League place. Ultimately, however, the Gunners came out on top. The cannon fired, and the cockerel fell.
Tottenham fans' wait for a shift in power goes on. Go to the next slide to see five reasons that Spurs won't supersede Arsenal anytime soon.