The Gunner’s performance over the weekend awful as they couldn’t find their rhythm in the first hold of the game.
Arsenal were rescued by Kieran Gibbs in the second hold he struck level on the 77 minutes to deny the Spur all three points.
Arsene Wenger has revealed why he had to substitute Spanish sensational Santi Cazorla midway through the game, he was replaced by Mathieu Flamini.
Wenger revealed Cazorla was “dizzy during the game and he had to pull him off.
“I was sitting there thinking, do I take him off or not? You never know, maybe it will get better,” he told Sky Sports News.
“At half-time I took him off, and in the second half we had a bit better balance.” “He is not sick. He was just dizzy and could not move, you could see that on the pitch. Cazorla, who is usually the guide in our game, didn’t get the ball.
“I hope it is nothing bad, but it does not look like it, because he says he is alright now.”
Kieran Gibbs, another second-half sub, struck on 77 minutes as the Gunners denied Spurs all three points after Harry Kane opened the scoring on 32 minutes.
We hope he gets enough rest during this international break, because we really need all players fit and back from international duties without injuries,