After turning the game on its head with two second half goals, Tottenham fell short against 10-man Arsenal by conceding an equaliser to Alexis Sanchez.
Aaron Ramsey gave Arsenal the lead in the first half before the visitors were stunned by goals from Toby Alderweireld and Harry Kane, the latter of which was a stunning strike.
But Alex Sanchez’s equaliser did enough to earn the Gunners a point.
Here’s how Twitter reacted to the result and performance.
Gutted really. A missed opportunity but better than losing. Kane's goal will live long in the memory. What a strike. #COYS
— TottenhamBlog (@tottenhamblog) March 5, 2016
— Talking THFC (@TalkingTHFC) March 5, 2016
Honestly almost passed out when Kane scored.
— tehTrunk© (@tehTrunk) March 5, 2016
Would have taken draw at half time but 2 poor goals to concede. We are still not out of it must win next 2 games
— The Spurs Show (@spursshow) March 5, 2016
This young, undermanned THFC team has been superb this season, but this was a missed chance. Points dropped
— Adam Powley (@adampowley) March 5, 2016
Our defence has been good all season and we've conceded three sloppy goals this last week which is extremely annoying
— Shaun (@ShaunBiggs1) March 5, 2016
What a match. Disappointing result, but lots of highs within the game. Felt our early intensity led to us being exhausted for last 20.
— Chris Miller (@WindyCOYS) March 5, 2016
I'll get over it but that feels like a defeat compared to the moment when Kane made it 2-1.
So fucking jammy.
— Spooky (@Spooky23) March 5, 2016
I mean, I would've taken a point at half time. And Arsenal were very good going forward IMO. Shame, but to lose would've been disastrous.
— Charlie Parrish (@charlieparrish) March 5, 2016
We honestly look shattered. Lack of intensity on the ball allowed them to drop it over the top and the equaliser. Real shame.
— Ben (@InsideN17) March 5, 2016
— The Fighting Cock (@LoveTheShirt) March 5, 2016
— Adam Osper (@AdamOsper) March 5, 2016
Gutted. It feels like a loss, which speaks volumes really. Thought we deserved the win. What an atmosphere.
— Nikhil Saglani (@Nikhil_Saglani) March 5, 2016
Need Watford to do us a favour if we still want that title. Really thought we would've taken more than one point against West Ham/Arsenal.
— Spurs In The Blood (@SpursInTheBlood) March 5, 2016
They played better with ten then they did with eleven
— Adam Flanagan (@therealflannerz) March 5, 2016
That equaliser hurt… Shame it killed the momentum, maybe that's inexperience showing. On we go, this is far from over! #COYS
— Tim (@CookPassTim) March 5, 2016
Seeing so much negativity on my timeline and it's pissing me off. We're second drew with third place! It's not a terrible result ffs.
— TheHotspurInsider (@HotspurInsider) March 5, 2016
Shame they got that goal.Not overly disappointed though, the reaction was there.
We are fucking in this.Regardless of the LFC result.#COYS
— Alex from Bristol (@alexfrombristol) March 5, 2016
Can't help but feel a little deflated after that. Although a point is better for us than it is for them, it's still disappointing.
— The Spurs Brain (@TheSpursBrain) March 5, 2016
— David Lammy (@DavidLammy) March 5, 2016
The difference in mentality speaks volumes. Spurs fans dissapointed with the draw. Arsenal fans happy with a draw.
— A (@oGrime) March 5, 2016
Reminder Spurs are 1 of the youngest teams in Europe, & today provides lessons to learn from that will make them better in the long run.
— Ian M. Walker (@WalkerIanM) March 5, 2016