One thing is certain at this point: Spurs won't be finishing below Arsenal this year.
Mauricio Pochettino's side confirmed as much with a convincing 2-0 win over Arsene Wenger's men, and in doing so, kept the pressure on Chelsea in the title race.
Arsenal's defence held up in the first half of the match, but Dele Alli and Harry Kane scored the vital goals in the second to give their team a much needed win against their bitter rivals.
Below are some of the best bits from Twitter regarding the match - enjoy!
For the first time since 1995...— Eurosport UK (@Eurosport_UK) April 30, 2017
St. Totteringham's Day is officially cancelled �� pic.twitter.com/lh03AlkReY
Arsenal: Spurs can never finish above us— Soldier ↪ (@PatohShanqueels) April 30, 2017
When Spurs are finishing above Arsenal. pic.twitter.com/9PFHZYcD5i— B/R Football (@brfootball) April 30, 2017
Mesut Özil = £42 Million ��— SPORF (@Sporf) April 30, 2017
Alli + Eriksen + Dembele + Wanyama = £42 million �� pic.twitter.com/ZML39y360J
Last time Spurs finished above Arsenal:— Squawka Football (@Squawka) April 30, 2017
• Arsene Wenger was a J-League manager
• Ajax won the Champions League
• Messi was 7 years old pic.twitter.com/rXfdPpRW73
When you can't make a St Totteringham's Day joke to win over the fans pic.twitter.com/VoRd17dLet— Simply (@Simply_Spurs) April 30, 2017
I feel sorry for you if your parents raised you as an Arsenal fan— ConteTweets (@ConteTweets) April 30, 2017
Robbie: "So why do you think Arsenal lost today TY?"— Kian Vince (@SwiftlyDoesIt_) April 30, 2017
TY: "Well the construction of the new stadium put us off". pic.twitter.com/58oKJ7dvcu
Chelsea fans have realised how it feels to be an Arsenal fan and they were only supporting us for 90 mins— Yeswell (@JordanCresswel1) April 30, 2017
Ozil set to star in new Disney film... pic.twitter.com/0Kp6VXFqNO— 101 Great Goals (@101greatgoals) April 30, 2017
Claude from Arsenal TV getting ready for his post-match interview... pic.twitter.com/RUtRTgmoc0— Paddy Power (@paddypower) April 30, 2017
Tottenham are a club on the up, Arsenal are falling behind. Our fans are mugs talking about history. Spurs are simply better than us.— Peter (@NoSantiNoParty) April 30, 2017
“In Arsene we trust.”— Squawka News (@SquawkaNews) April 30, 2017
But those aren’t Arsenal fans... pic.twitter.com/7pW1wrz3sn