Tottenham and Arsenal scored one each to drew the second North London derby of the season.
Aaron Ramsey hit the net in the first half after Arsenal counter-attack, while Harry Kane equalized from penalty. Gunners had a chance to win, but Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang failed to score from penalty in stoppage time.
However, the most discussed person of the derby is referee Anthony Taylor.
His several decisions are questioned by pundits and fans.
Here are 4 of those main ones
Davinson Sanchez foul on Laurent Koscielny, Taylor could have shown red card to Colombia international.
Rose’s kick on Leno’s chest and then this! But Torreira gets a red for a good tackle?! pic.twitter.com/fBeZ7QOByo
— Niall (@niallmoran_) March 2, 2019
Danny Rose tackle on Bernd Leno.
Rose’s lunge on Leno = not a sending off; Sanchez’s stamp on Koscielny = not even a booking; Vertoghen encroaching in the area during Auba’s penalty = no retake given. The @fa and their officials don’t even try to hide the bias anymore. Worrying. pic.twitter.com/YTkqdf7UvU
— 1886 (@1886_blog) March 2, 2019
Harry Kane’s offside during the cross which led to penalty.
— Telegraph Football (@TeleFootball) March 2, 2019
Jahn Vertonghen position during Aubameyang penalty.
— afcstuff (@afcstuff) March 2, 2019