Today was a busy day for matches in the Premier League; one of the most important ones took place between Tottenham and Arsenal. The following is a description of how the game was played and what took place at the table after it was over.
*Tottenham 3-0 Arsenal
The evening did not go as well for Arsenal as they had wanted, as they were trounced by Tottenham in today's critical encounter by a score of 3-0. The Gunners got off to a better start in the first half, but Spurs came back into the game and took the lead with a penalty kick from Kane after Cedric was called for handball inside the 18-yard box. This happened 22 minutes into the first half.
After 33 minutes, Holding is shown a second yellow card for elbowing Son, who was attempting to get to a through ball. Holding's foul resulted in Son receiving a yellow card.
After that, Tottenham extended their lead by doubling their advantage four minutes later, when Harry Kane scored on a header shortly before the halftime break.
The game was effectively over for Arsenal as Son scored another goal in the 47th minute to put an end to whatever dreams they had of making a comeback. It was frustrating to see Arsenal play in the second half since they were unable to generate many opportunities to score goals as a result of the red card. The eventual outcome of today's game should leave Tottenham feeling satisfied.
After Tottenham's 3-0 victory against Arsenal, the following is how the travel situation currently stands in the Premier League:
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