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The North London derby is a derby of high emotion, high drama and high stakes.
We all know there can only be one winner, and this time around, the winner just wasn't Arsenal, even after dominating the match at White Hart Lane.
The Gunners defense just has to get better, as they got caught on the counter attack time and time again without any midfielder making a strong tackle (besides Song).
In my opinion, this result isn't as bad as it seems. In the end, it was the expected outcome, as Arsenal were away to an in-form Spurs.
But, it's strange how the headlines suggest that Spurs dominated Arsenal in every way.
The worst part of the day came after the final whistle—when it was announced that Bacary Sagna's leg had been broken, with the Frenchman being sidelined for three months. This is a huge blow to Arsenal, as Sagna has been the Gunners' only solid and fit defender so far this season.
Even through Arsenal's nine summer transfer window signings, Arsene Wenger's men still seem to be lacking the ability to kill off their opponents when dominating the match.