The Gunners have the bragging rights after a well deserved victory.
The first north London derby of the season has been and gone, with Arsenal taking all three points against fierce rivals Tottenham Hotspur at the Emirates Stadium.
Despite Spurs having been extremely busy in the transfer market and the Gunners acting in the complete opposite way, it was the home side that took the plaudits.
So here are the three best and three worst players from an exciting encounter.
The Spaniard is continuing where the 28-year-old left of last season with two classy performances now in the league.
Last week against Fulham the attacking midfielder pulled the strings in the final third and it was no different against Spurs, as Cazorla was unlucky not to get a goal.
Was called upon on several occasions during the match and quite frankly saved Tottenham from a severe beating at the hands of Arsenal.
Lloris even pulled off a sliding tackle on Theo Walcott that any defender would have been proud of and the Frenchman is fast becoming recognised as the finest goalkeeper in the division.
After years of question marks being put over the Welshman’s, head suddenly this term Ramsey seems to have found the form that was expected of the 22-year-old when the midfielder first arrived at the Emirates.
The Wales international was dominant in the centre of the park and acted as a confident box-to-box player.
Looked sluggish and slow at the back and was exposed by Olivier Giroud’s superior sharpness for the only goal of the game.
The Spurs captain may find the 29-year-old’s place in the team slipping away with more performances like that – especially with new signing Vlad Chiriches knocking on the door.
The left-back was arguably Sunderland’s best player whilst on-loan at the Stadium of Light last season, but looked completely outclassed by Walcott in this fixture.
Manager Andre Villas-Boas may be stepping up the chase for Real Madrid’s Fabio Coentrao after this woeful showing from the youngster.
Was out-muscled (yes, you read that correctly) by strong Arsenal pairing of Laurent Koscielny and Per Mertesacker and was never really in the game.
The Spaniard may have had a rude awakening to English football now, after Soldado opened the striker’s Premier League account with consecutive penalties in the last two matches.
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