Arsenal needed a late goal from Olivier Giroud in the 88th minute to secure a one all draw with Southampton at the Saints house.
The guys stunk the joint out and were fortunate to get the draw.
Arsenal is stuck in fifth place with 29 points.
Spurs drop to sixth with 28 points.
EPL Match Report:” A late Olivier Giroud goal rescued a point for Arsenal at Southampton.
The home side got off to a great start on three minutes at a cold and wet St Mary’s when Dusan Tadic fed Austin for his fourth goal in three matches.
Arsenal came into the match but could not find a way past Fraser Forster, who saved well from Aaron Ramsey.
After the break, Arsenal continued to dominate but Southampton always threatened, with Oriol Romeu hitting the bar on 61 minutes and Ryan Bertrand shooting wide when through.
Arsenal looked to be heading for defeat, when Giroud, a substitute, glanced in Alexis Sanchez’s left-wing cross two minutes from time.
The points shared lift Arsenal back above Tottenham Hotspur into fifth. Southampton rise to 10th.”
Man Shitty scored a decisive 2-1 win over hated rival Man U at Old Trafford.
Shitty is top dog with 46 points.
Man U is second with 35 points.
Chelsea is third with 32 points.
Liverpool and Everton tied one all.
The Reds are fourth with 30 points.
Arsenal is fifth with 29 points.
EPL Match Report on the Shitty win:” Manchester City made Premier League history with a 2-1 derby victory over rivals Manchester United at Old Trafford.
City are the first team to win 14 consecutive matches within the same season, and have equalled the top-flight record of 14 wins in a row, set by Arsenal across two campaigns in 2002.
They went ahead on 43 minutes when a Kevin De Bruyne corner ricocheted for David Silva to score from close range.
United equalised in first-half stoppage time as Marcus Rashford capitalised on a defensive mix-up before Nicolas Otamendi’s fourth goal of the season restored City’s lead.
But to go 11 points clear at the top of the table City required a stunning late double save from Ederson, as Pep Guardiola’s side ended United’s 24-match unbeaten home run.”