By Harvey Byrne
Victor Wanyama labelled Tottenham’s draw against Arsenal on Sunday afternoon as a “fair result.”
The combative midfielder played the full 90 minutes as Spurs played out a 1-1 draw at the Emirates Stadium in the north London derby.
An own goal from Kevin Wimmer on the stroke of half-time gave Arsenal the lead before Harry Kane bailed out his team-mate in the second half, equalising with a penalty.
Wanyama, who played in his first north London derby took to his personal Twitter account after the match to comment on the “fair result” before thanking fans.
— Victor Wanyama (@VictorWanyama) November 6, 2016
The 25-year-old Kenya international made an £11million switch to White Hart Lane from division rivals Southampton in the summer.
He has been a key part in helping the north London side to maintain their unbeaten status in the league, while also preserving their impressive goals against record from his defensive position.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side are now sat in fifth place in the league table with 21 points from 11 games as they head into the international break.
They are five points from top of the league Liverpool, as they prepare for another London derby against West Ham next.
In other Tottenham news, a referee has stated why Arsenal’s goal should not have stood against Spurs.