Arsenal 2-1 after coming from behind, with Harry Kane’s double including a dramatic late winner.
Spurs dominated much of the game in terms of territory and possession in the first half, but Ozil made the breakthrough when Danny Welbeck’s good work on the right set up Olivier Giroud to slice a shot into Ozil’s pass. Ozil impressively side-footed a volley past Hugo Lloris.
Spurs kept up the pressure, with Christian Eriksen and Ryan Mason bringing smart stops from David Ospina, but Arsenal kept Spurs at bay.
In the second half, Arsenal started brighter but Spurs gradually reasserted their control of the game. Kane’s equaliser came when he stabbed in unmarked at the back post after Ospina flapped at a corner.
His winner came with just minutes remaining, heading in at the back post as Arsenal failed to keep their defensive discipline.
5’ - ERIKSEN SHOT - Monreal's cross scoots across the box and luckily for Spurs, Rose collects and clear. Spurs attack down the the other end, working the ball to Kane on the left. He comes onto his right foot and curls a shot just inside the corner that Ospina tips away.
11 - GOAL! Spurs 0-1 Arsenal. Ozil scores - Welbeck gets of Rose, putting the ball one side of him and running around the other. He pulls the ball back for Giroud, who slices his shot into the path of Ozil, and he brilliantly flicks a shot past Lloris. Ozil was perhaps a fraction offside.
22’ - ROSE SHOT - Rose has yet another strike on goal, this time in the area. He drags a low shot wide.
30’ - OSPINA SAVE - Mason lets fly from 30 yards, a rising shot going to the top corner. and Ospina leaps across to save.
50’ - LLORIS SAVE - The ball bounces off Bentaleb into the path of Cazorla. He tries to force a curling shot into the net, but Lloris dives left to concede a corner.
56’ - GOAL! Spurs 1-1 Arsenal. Kane scores - a corner comes in from the right, glanced to the back post which Ospina flaps away, but only as far as Kane, who stabs in at the back post.
60’ - DEMBELE SHOT - Dembele fires a shot at goal that rolls just in front of Kane at the back post, but Ospina pushes away.
61’ - WELBECK SHOT - Welbeck curls a shot towards the far corner, but it's not far enough from Lloris to prevent a diving save.
64’ - BENTALEB CHANCE - Ospina dives to his left to tip away Bentaleb's shot from outside the box, but Kane's rebound is saved by him again, and he's offside.
86’ - GOAL! Spurs 2-1 Arsenal. Kane scores - Arsenal have done an Arsenal. A deep cross to the back post is met by a towering Kane jump, and he sends his effort back across the goal and beats Ospina easily.
Harry Kane has 14 Premier League goals and 22 goals overall this season.
Spurs have lost just one of their last seven Premier League home games against north London rivals Arsenal (W4 D2 L1).
Tottenham have kept just one clean sheet in their last 33 Premier League matches against the Gunners.
Arsenal have not managed back to back away wins in the Premier League this season and have only managed it once since January 2014.
Arsenal are back to their old ways. After Ozil scored the opener, there were cries taunting the idea that Ozil doesn’t appear in big games. Well, this wasn’t an especially big game compared to other games Arsenal and Ozil have played in even in this season alone. After his goal he faded dramatically, and Arsenal retreated into their shell as they had done in periods against Manchester City. This time though, they were let down by defending by set pieces and crosses as they have been for much of the last decade, and Harry Kane was not as profligate as recent opponents have been.
MAN OF THE MATCH
Harry Kane (Spurs): Danny Welbeck went to Arsenal to play as a striker. Reasonably enough, he finds himself back on the wings as he is nowhere near clinical enough. Compare that to Kane. Ungainly but consistently able to find the net, he demonstrated the instincts and anticipation that Welbeck still lacks.
Spurs: Lloris 6, Walker 6, Dier 6, Vertonghen 6, Rose 6, Bentaleb 6, Mason 6, Eriksen 6, Dembele 5, Lamela 6, Kane 8. Subs: Chadli 6, Paulinho 6, Stambouli 6.
Arsenal: Ospina 5, Bellerin 5, Mertesacker 5, Koscielny 5, Monreal 5, Coquelin 5, Ramsey 5, Welbeck 6, Cazorla 5, Ozil 6, Giroud 6. Subs: Rosicky 6, Walcott 6, Akpom 6.