The North London derby is one of the most fast-paced, exciting matches in England right now and the latest edition of the match between rivals Arsenal and Tottenham takes place at White Hart Lane on Sunday.
The two clubs are known for plenty of fireworks when they line up against each other and their last match saw Arsenal win 5-2 at the Emirates Stadium on November 17.
Before the match kicks off, it is time to look back in North London derby history and relive the top five moments in the history of the rivalry.
5. Eight-Goal Shootout Ends in Draw
Harry Redknapp’s first match as Tottenham manager came at the Emirates Stadium in 2008 against his new club’s biggest rival.
The match ended in a 4-4 draw and has been celebrated as one of the best matches in the history of the Premier League.
With Arsenal up by a goal in the final minute, Aaron Lennon scored on a rebound after Luka Modric’s shot went off of the post.
4. Arsenal Clinches First Division Title
On the final day of the 1970-71 season, the Gunners needed a victory to secure the First Division title.
A win was not easy to come by for the Gunners as Tottenham did everything they could to prevent their rival from winning the title.
Thanks to a goal by Ray Kennedy, the Gunners were able to come out of White Hart Lane with a well-deserved victory over Spurs and the league title.
The Gunners also won the FA Cup that season as they beat Liverpool at Wembley to complete the double.
3. Goals Galore at White Hart Lane
At the beginning of the 2004-05 season, Arsenal were coming off of their Invicibles season and a major threat to their early-season form came in the form of Spurs.
The two clubs played to a nine-goal thriller at White Hart Lane that was won by the Gunners, 5-4
What is even more remarkable about this match is that it was only 1-1 at halftime and seven goals were netted by both clubs in the second half.
2. St. Hotpsur Day
On April 14, 1991 at Wembley, Spurs took down Arsenal in the FA Cup semifinals by a 3-1 score.
The match marked the first time that the two clubs met in a FA Cup semifinal and Spurs triumphed in London on their way to the FA Cup title.
Paul Gasciogne opened the scoring before Gary Lineker scored a double to put the Gunners away for good.
1. Gunners Clinch Title at White Hart Lane
The 2003-04 season is known as the season of the Invincibles at Arsenal and they clinched their Premier League title that season on the ground of their bitter rival.
Patrick Vieira and Robert Pires scored to put the Gunners up by two goals before Spurs climbed to earn a 2-2 draw.
Despite the draw, Arsenal were able to clinch the Premier League title and celebrate in front of the fans and players of their biggest rival.
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