"Maybe the result was fair". TheHardTackle discusses five talking points from Sunday's entertaining game.
And they'll have two weeks to think about the disappointment because of the global break, before travelling to Old Trafford for another tough game at Manchester United.
Unfortunately for both sides, neither of them could get a victor, but Spurs remain the only unbeaten side in the Premier League and take a firm lead on fifth as they push for their own top four place once more this campaign.
The game opened up for the last forty minutes as each side looked for a victor.
The England forward started every Premier League match last season, and has played worldwide tournaments in the last two summers as well as taking part in Spurs' postseason trip to Malaysia and Australia in May 2015.
Toby Alderweireld is one of Spurs' key players who could have turned the game on its head. "It was great to be back in those situations and to be back among the goals".
Kane was handed a surprise start at the Emirates Stadium after seven weeks out with an ankle ligament injury and he justified his manager's faith with a second-half equaliser from the penalty spot.
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Saying: "Overall we had unsafe situations in the first-half but we didn't make the most of it". There was also an instance in the first half where Cech slipped outside his box with Son bearing down on him. Kane gets the goal, but it was a moment of magic from the Belgian midfielder that made it possible.
Arsenal took the lead soon after, when Wimmer directed a free-kick into his own net.
Referee Mark Clattenburg awarded a penalty after Laurent Koscielny felled Mousa Dembele inside the area, and Harry Kane scored from the spot to cancel out Kevin Wimmer's first-half own goal. Substitutes: Aaron Ramsey (for Coquelin, 64) 7, Olivier Giroud (for Iwobi, 70) 6, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (for Walcott 70) 7. However, the young Nigerian looked woefully inept as the game wore on.
The 20-year-old will be hoping that this is just a minor blip in his season and he can improve from here on in.
Having watched the two sides play out an entertaining-yet-frustrating 1-1 draw at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday, it's hard to identify which of these teams will go on to challenge for the Premier League title.
Pochettino had had some harsh words to say after the 1-0 capitulation to Bayer Leverkusen at Wembley on Wednesday but Dier maintains he was not saying anything the players did not already know. "We usually play better from the back, there was a lot missing".
The formation, which the Spurs manager used once last season in a 2-1 win at Watford, helped to unsettle Arsenal in the opening exchanges and provided the visitors with a platform to build from the back - a feature of Spurs' game that Pochettino said he wanted to improve on before the match.