Arsenal 1 Tottenham 1 player ratings: Dele Alli? Harry Kane? Petr Cech? Alexis Sanchez? Who was the star man?

Substitute Kieran Gibbs was on hand for the Gunners' equaliser

Tottenham's Harry Kane wheels away in celebration
Tottenham's Harry Kane wheels away in celebration

Kieran Gibbs was Arsenal's unlikely rescuer after coming off the bench in the north London derby Sunday, scoring his second-ever Premier League goal to recover a 1-1 draw against Tottenham.

The defender's first goal since March 2012 came in the 77th minute, three minutes after surprisingly replacing forward Joel Campbell with Arsenal trailing. The provider was less of a surprise, with Mesut Ozil's high ball to Gibbs at the back post his 10th assist in 11 league games.

It canceled out Harry Kane's first-half opener and denied Tottenham a first win at the Emirates Stadium in five years.

BUT WAS THE STAR MAN? CLICK THROUGH THE GALLERY BELOW

Arsenal missed a chance to go top, staying behind leader Manchester City due to its inferior goal difference. Tottenham, unbeaten in the league since the opening day, is five points back in fifth.

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