There was extra reason to celebrate for Tottenham on Sunday, as a 2-0 win over Arsenal ensured they will finish above their rivals in the Premier League this season. "Spurs are better than Arsenal now". "We all know there is a part of the season that is more important and it is now".
Spurs have once again closed the gap to Premier League leaders Chelsea to just four points, after The Blues opened up a seven-point lead at the summit with a 3-0 at Everton earlier this afternoon.
Asked if 17 points was a fair reflection of the gap between Tottenham and Arsenal this season, Wenger said: "Look, the points are the points".
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"We have another important game on Friday, another derby, another tough game and we will have a chance to play before Chelsea". I was at the point where I was nearly hoping they were going to put a few more past us.
But Arsenal could find no way back against Tottenham, which is now virtually assured of making the top four, given its superior goal difference over fifth-place Manchester United.
Wenger acknowledged his team were second best, as goals from Dele Alli and Harry Kane secured a convincing victory for the hosts.
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The aforementioned players, while all having moved onto different work away from the club they once played with, are all Arsenal supporters, with familiar BBC Match of the Day pundit Wright arguably the most devout. That continuity is now in jeopardy with five games remaining for Arsenal and maybe Wenger, whose contract expires at the end of the season. I still believe in the owners; but something has to be said. It was the last north London derby at the Lane and that's so special for so many people. "They do not come from heaven".
"Yes, we did lose the game in a very quick space of time, and after that it took us time to recover". We will have to be on top of our game, defending even better than we did at Stoke, and taking our chances and scoring the goals. Chelsea had beaten Tottenham in the FA Cup semi-final last Saturday and then Southampton in the league on Tuesday. "One defeat, and a win for us and the gap will just be a point", Vertonghen told Sky Sports after the game.
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