By Emma Sanders
Tottenham fans had mixed emotions on Twitter after their team drew 1-1 against Arsenal in the north London derby on Sunday lunch-time.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side have not won a game since beating Manchester City on the opening weekend of October but their fans were pleased with a draw at the home of their bitter rivals while expressing frustration that an impressive performance did not yield all three points.
Kevin Wimmer’s own goal handed Arsenal the advantage but the recalled Harry Kane celebrated his first match for nearly two months with his third goal of the season.
Kane kept his composure to slot in a 51st minute penalty after man of the match Mousa Dembele had been fouled.
Tottenham were still without Toby Alderweireld, Dele Alli and Eric Lamela and many fans would have taken a draw ahead of the clash at the Emirates.
The result leaves Spurs in fifth position, while Arsenal have dropped into fourth place behind new leaders Liverpool.
Here is a selection of the messages on Twitter:
@Chelsea_HQ For the second time I've supported Tottenham this season and for the second time, they have not disappointed.
— Osondu Ottah (@OsonduOttah) November 6, 2016
@McFLYsStarGurlx tottenham were clearly the better team, arsenal were poor, even arsenal fans are agreeing
— Maisie (@maisierp_x) November 6, 2016
@BBCSport maybe it is, Tottenham looked pretty good without him today!
— Michael Collins (@MikesuziNZ) November 6, 2016
Only Tottenham can score both goals in a game and not win it. #ARSTOT
— James (@JamesK_1312) November 6, 2016
I find it fascinating to see Dembele can't get into the Belgium team. The man is world class & shoulders above a lot of midfielders #COYS
— Super Tottenham (@SuperTottenham_) November 6, 2016
Tottenham got what they came for.
— goonernige (@NigelCFisher) November 6, 2016
I love Tottenham😄😘😍
— iDope🌿 (@danilinzz) November 6, 2016
— Chris. (@dobbin59) November 6, 2016
In other Tottenham news, this injured Spurs star posted a message on Twitter giving an update on his injury.