It was the tale of two goalkeepers in the North London Derby this evening, with Hugo Lloris and Aaron Ramsdale having contrasting performances between the sticks. 

Hugo Lloris

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While the Spurs captain scored an own goal by palming the ball into his net, Ramsdale put in a Man of the Match worthy display, keeping all of Tottenham’s golden chances out of his goal.

When celebrating the 2-0 victory after the full-time whistle, Ramsdale appeared to kiss the Arsenal badge and gesture to the Spurs supporters, which Richarlison took exception to.

As the Gunners keeper went to collect his water bottle, one Spurs supporter seemingly jumped on top of the advertising boards and kicked out at the player. You can watch the incident below:

Spurs Web Opinion:

This kind of stuff cannot happen. I’m sorry, but if your first reaction to losing a football match is anger and violence, you should not watch football. There is no place for it in the game and I hope to see the person get a lifelong ban,

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