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Tom Rostance

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    Video caption: John Terry retires: Watch defender's first goal for Chelsea

    Watch John Terry's first Chelsea goal from a 2000 FA Cup tie with Gillingham as the defender announces he has retired from football.

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    Video caption: MOTD3: Spurs on the up, Arsenal look mid-table

    Ian Wright and Danny Murphy join Mark Chapman to look back at Tottenham's comprehensive 2-0 win over Arsenal in the final ever north London derby at White Hart Lane.

  3. Conte

    Chelsea boss Antonio Conte says he is an "animal" during games, after watching his Premier League leaders beat Everton 3-0.

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    Video caption: Tottenham 2-0 Arsenal: Spurs deserved to win - Arsene Wenger

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger admits his side did not recover from conceding two goals in three minutes as they lost the north London derby 2-0 against Tottenham.

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    Video caption: Tottenham 2-0 Arsenal: 'Complete performance' delights Mauricio Pochettino

    Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino is full of praise for his side after they put in a "complete performance" to see off north London rivals Arsenal 2-0 at White Hart Lane.

  6. Spurs simply too strong for Arsenal

    Tottenham 2-0 Arsenal

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer at White Hart Lane

    Spurs fans have stayed behind inside White Hart Lane in numbers to celebrate that derby win and the fact they will now finish about Arsenal - and why not?

    This was another very impressive performance that demonstrated that Mauricio Pochettino's team are currently in much better shape than The Gunners.

    Too powerful. Too good.

    Tottenham 2-0 Arsenal
  7. By Chris Osborne

    BBC Sport


    Premier League leaders Chelsea take a big step towards clinching the title as three second-half goals see off Everton.

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  8. Spurs grab control

    Tottenham 2-0 Arsenal

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer at White Hart Lane

    Spurs hit Arsenal with the old one-two - and manager Mauricio Pochettino pumps his fists towards his players as they make their way back for the re-start following Harry Kane's penalty.

    He is not giving up on the Premier League title and neither is White Hart Lane judging by the thunderous noise.

  9. Klinsmann gets warm welcome

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer at White Hart Lane

    Spurs legend Jurgen Klinsmann is back at White Hart Lane and gets a huge ovation from the home fans as he is interviewed on the pitch during the half-time interval.

  10. Disbelieving Pochettino

    Tottenham 0-0 Arsenal

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer at White Hart Lane

    Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino was aghast as Christian Eriksen's effort glanced off the bar - he was starting to celebrate. Very bad miss.

    Mauricio Pochettino
  11. Now the pressure is on Spurs

    Tottenham v Arsenal (16:30 BST)

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer at White Hart Lane

    No joy for the Spurs fans already assembled in White Hart Lane with the news from Goodison Park that Chelsea have beaten Everton emphatically.

    It means this north London derby is quite simply a must-win for Mauricio Pochettino's side - reality now dictates nothing else will do.

  12. 'Listen here fella!'

    Tottenham v Arsenal (16:30 BST)


    Lawro goes up against a modern TV great in this week's predictions - none other than Line of Duty's Ted Hastings.  

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    Video caption: Superintendent Hastings attempts to find out who blew DS Fleming's cover.

    Actor Adrian Dunbar says his character in Line of Duty was based on a couple of football managers, but Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is not one of them.

    "There are a whole lot of great managers that came out of the west of Scotland - Bill Shankly, Jock Stein and Sir Alex Ferguson," he explained.

    "They had great man-management skill, there is no question about it - they were able to handle people.

    "Hastings had to have the same skills, where he can get the best out of everybody. I am from not far away myself so I have kind of mined that quality for him a little bit."