Arsenal held on for 55 minutes, before they succumbed to two second half goals against a Spurs side they never looked like beating.
An Arsenal side inspired by Mesut Özil and captained by Theo Walcott and Aaron Ramsey got back to winning ways against West Ham, while also turning in a solid performance they can build upon moving towards Wembley.
Arsenal took home all three points against West Ham, ending a run of games in which they played like a bunch of idiots.
‘Control’ in a footballing context is an almost subjective word that means different things to different people. Whatever it is, Arsenal lacked it against West Brom
What did Arsenal learn from their rather embarrassing loss way to Bournemouth?
In addition to our weekly pod, we have a Champions League special too.
The Premier League returned this weekend and with it, a healthy dose of Arsenal-induced heart attacks. Here's what we learned from Arsenal's 2-1 win over Southampton
You wouldn’t think you could learn anything from a performance that was a carbon copy of a thousand we’ve watched before, but we did.
The Swiss midfielder got his first start for the Arsenal and did not disappoint.
Most seasons turn on just a few brief moments: here are the 2015-16 versions we've pulled out.
Can you fall out of love with football?
On 21st of April 2016, Arsenal won 2-0 against West Bromwich Albion: our 500th Premier League win since it was formed in 1992.
Remember when supporting Arsenal used to be fun? Wouldn't it be great if it was again?
A win against Aston Villa on Sunday sent Arsenal to the top of the Premier League table. They could yet be usurped by Leicester City,...
I have a special relationship with Stoke City Football Club. No, not that kind of special relationship! Quite the opposite in fact. Every time we face...
Watching Arsenal in recent years we have been fortunate – to some extent – to see the 37th or 38th game of the season...
Danny Welbeck fired Arsenal to a win in our last visit to Old Trafford but, with the striker missing, what does this weekend’s game...
It's typical, eh? You wait all weekend for a match to come along and then up pop Swansea with a bus. Despite years of practice, Arsenal...
Despite what some managers have been implying about Arsene Wenger and Arsenal this week, Hull City manager, Steve Bruce, has quite a different view. Speaking...
Arsene Wenger has confirmed that Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has returned to training. The midfielder has been out since the game against Manchester United in the FA...
If Zouma plays on Sunday, Arsenal will win. Respect It's a concept apparently lost on Jose Mourinho when it comes to talking about Arsene Wenger. The man...
There's nothing more that football fans love, than drama. In last week's fixture between the league leaders and the team in third place, much was...
Following a reckless action in the weekend's game between Liverpool and Man United, we look at why Arsenal may suffer as a result of Steven Gerrard's ban.
Theo Walcott has had a tough ride from Gooners – we look at how his performance against West Ham demonstrates there might be some light at the end of the tunnel.
We take a closer look at Arsenal’s main man following a perfect performance against a weak West Ham side.
After a nightmare midweek, we look at how na-na-na-na-Giroud set about winning the fans – and the manager – over.
As Arsenal come up against the shortest team in the Premier League this weekend, we take a look at why size isn’t always everything.
We look at why Wojciech Szczesny, whatever his crimes, simply must return to the Arsenal first team ahead of the weekend's game against Everton.
The race for the top four is well and truly on. With just four points separating third and seventh, it could go down to the wire.
The gangly Arsenal forward is unable to play against his parent club on Saturday, but does the young French forward have a future at the Gunners?
Once upon a time, Arsene Wenger famously said “It wouldn’t surprise me if we were to go unbeaten for the whole season.” What happened next went down in history.
With the calmness of a few days to think about the game against Spurs, it's clear to see that Arsenal will be back above them again in no time. This is why.