Manchester Wins Battle of North London: Tottenham 3-3 Arsenal

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Manchester Wins Battle of North London: Tottenham 3-3 Arsenal
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It was pulsating, enthralling, nail biting, entertaining football of the highest order. This could easily be the best game of EPL 2010-11 season, in terms of attacking football.

There was only one tactic for both teams: Attack. Wave after wave, both the teams attacked. If Arsenal had the upper hand in the first half, it was time for Spurs in second half.

Arsenal scored at the fifth minute of the game, only to see Spurs equalising at the seventh minute. Arsenal piled on more pressure by getting two more goals. But Spurs equalised with a superb goal a minute before half time.

In second half, it was Spurs who piled on the pressure and finally they equalised at the 70th minute. Chance after chance, both the teams failed to capitalise and the game ended in 3-3 draw.

End result: Fair result for both teams. But the draw meant a deadly blow to Arsenal's title chances and a boost for Manchester City for fourth position.

Now, let's review a bit more.

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