By Amir Mir
Tottenham defender Jan Vertonghen hailed a “good result” for his team against Arsenal at the Emirates on Sunday afternoon.
Centre-back Vertonghen was a key figure for Spurs as they drew 1-1 in the north London derby to remain the only unbeaten team in the league.
The Gunners took the lead in the first-half when Vertonghen’s defensive partner Kevin Wimmer converted into his own net just before the break.
But the returning Harry Kane, who has now scored five league goals against Arsenal, converted from the penalty spot after half-time when Laurent Koscielny fouled Moussa Dembele.
After the 90 minutes were up, Vertonghen posted an upbeat message to fans on his personal Twitter account, claiming it was a “good result” for Spurs and expressed his delight that Kane was back after a seven-week injury absence.
Belgium international Vertonghen has played 15 Premier League and Champions League games for the north London club this season.
His Spurs side remain in fifth place in the league table with 21 points, but they have recorded six draws out of those 11 games.
Meanwhile, Arsenal are fourth with 24 points, two points behind leader Liverpool who thrashed Watford 6-1 on Sunday afternoon.
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