Torreira reveals Unai Emery's half-time talk that inspired Spurs win

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The Football Association has sanctioned them for a mass brawl that followed Eric Dier's goal in a feisty Premier League game at Emirates Stadium, which Arsenal won 4-2.

A big old scrap ensued between Dele Alli and a number of Arsenal players, even Spurs manager Maurcio Pochettino was forced to split things up between both sets of players as tempers flared.

Only one of Alli's completed passes was in Arsenal's half.

Eric Dier's goal sparked controversy
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"In fact, it happened and we scored the goals at key moments."

But Arsenal came roaring back in the second half, equalizing through Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, before Alexandre Lacazette and Lucas Torreira sealed the win. When you are young in this type of game always it is hard but I'm not going to focus on him - the team until 2-2 was good. "They are going to play at home, with a lot of fans and we know that all the matches in this championship are different and very hard".

'He has experience that we can come back in the 90 minutes.

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Emery praised the atmosphere at Emirates Stadium during the game, suggesting it inspired Arsenal's victory. We're disappointed when we lose any game.

Arsenal had their tails up now and Spurs switched formation with Dier dropping into defence to form a back five, but it didn't work.

Pochettino said: "They made two changes and put another striker on in Lacazette and Ramsey".

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"In the first 10 or 15 minutes we were not good enough".

""(Emery told us) to be calm, to continue playing because there were 45 more minutes left, that we keep attacking because obviously in the second half we were going to find more spaces", he told ESPN.

The victory vaults Arsenal past Spurs in the Premier League table, with the Gunners now fourth and level with Tottenham on points but ahead on goal differential.

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