(Video) GOAL What a lift! Arsenal leads again the golden boy has done it

We have lift off!

Saka receives the ball from Partey and runs at the goal line. His right footed strike goes straight at Lloris who fumbles it into his own net.

It has been nine years since Arsenal won a league game at Tottenham when they were on the road. Since 2014, when Tomas Rosicky scored the only goal that gave the Gunners all three points, Spurs have made it impossible for Arsenal to win.

But this time is different because Arsenal is a title contender and Mikel Arteta wants to make a statement with wins away from home. Wins at Stamford Bridge, the Amex Stadium, and Selhurst Park have all turned heads, but a win across north London would send a strong message to rivals Manchester City.

While Antonio Conte is trying to get back on track after a rough start to the season, Tottenham is getting ready for another season in which they want to finish in the top four and win a trophy. If Tottenham won, it would give them a big boost for the rest of the season, and if Harry Kane scored, he would break Jimmy Greaves’ goal record.

Alasdair Gold, Kaya Kaynak, Rob Guest, and Tom Canton will be at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to talk about the buildup to the game, confirm team news, and give live updates on the action, analysis, and reactions from the stadium. The game starts at 4:30 pm.

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