Harry Kane scored a brace to take his north London derby goal tally to 13 in 15 games, which helped Spurs to three important points in their chase for Champions League football.
The England star absolutely loves playing against the Gunners and almost always finds the back of the net when coming up against his deadly rivals.
This 3-0 victory was also the first time since 1961 that Spurs had beaten Arsenal three times on the spin on home soil, and striker Kane admitted there is something in the game that makes him love this fixture.
What Harry Kane said about the north London derby
The Tottenham striker knows that there is still work to be done and Spurs will have to win against Burnley at home on Sunday to make sure they keep the pressure on Arsenal.
But there was no hiding from the fact that the win was sweet, and he always has a spring in his step when playing in the North London rivals.
He said: “I enjoy the fixture, I look forward to it throughout the whole year.
“There’s something special about the north London derby.
“Something with the fans and around the club, and the whole build-up to the game and especially this one.
“It’s the first big one we’ve had over the last few years where there was a lot of pressure, and a lot of points to play for in a big Champions League push. So it was nice to come out on top.
“That [first] game [at the Emirates Stadium] was a really disappointing day for us, away against them.
“ I think we had that in the back of our minds.
“We had a real determination to go out there and win tonight.
“And we put in a great performance from start to finish.
“Credit to the boys, credit to the staff who worked really hard throughout the whole week, to prepare for this game, and we delivered on the night.”