Ahead of the North London derby this Saturday, let’s look at some of the times Arsenal have humiliated Tottenham.

Of course, if we went through every single time Arsenal have humiliated Spurs, we’d be here all day.

You don’t finish above your local rivals 21 times in a row without embarrassing them regularly.

But here are six of our favourites:

626 February 2012: Arsenal 5-2 Tottenham

Most of the build up to this one revolved around Emmanuel Adebayor’s return to Arsenal. After his over-zealous celebration against the Gunners for City, tensions were at an all time high. When the striker scored a penalty to make it 2-0, he must’ve thought he’d defeated his former club once again.

Bacary Sagna and Robin van Persie made sure that lead didn’t even last nine minutes. Then Tomas Rosicky put Arsenal ahead early in the second half. Theo Walcott, who wasn’t having the best game, suddenly burst to life with two goals to make it 5-2.

“Adebayor, what’s the score?” rang around the ground, and Spurs left the Emirates Stadium knowing they’d suffered one of their most embarrassing defeats. At least they only had to live through it once, though. Right?