(CNN)Arsenal and Tottenham played out yet another thrilling north London derby as the Gunners came from two goals down to earn a draw.
Christian Eriksen and Harry Kane gave Spurs what looked to be a comfortable lead, before Alexandre Lacazette's brilliant individual goal gave Arsenal hope at the break.
The home side dominated in the second half and found a deserved equalizer as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang prodded home from Matteo Guendouzi's cross.
"That (Lacazette's goal) was so important because when you go in the dressing room with a goal it's always positive," Aubameyang told Sky Sports after the match. "Everybody in his mind knows we have more power and we'll come back stronger in the second half, so it was crucial.
"We were not happy (in the first half) but I think we did a great job, we played well and it was tough game -- I think we deserved maybe more today, we had space to score a third."
It was a crucial match for both sides, having been on the receiving end of chastening defeats last weekend.
While Arsenal was beaten convincingly away at Liverpool, Tottenham was shocked at home to relegation candidates Newcastle.
Arsenal will likely be happier with the result considering the position it found itself in after 40 minutes, but it means Tottenham's poor form continues.
In the 15 Premier League games before Sunday's clash, Spurs had only picked up 15 points -- only Brighton and Watford have endured a worse return in that time.