Arsenal’s rally against Tottenham will help Unai Emery’s cause amid difficult rebuild

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Sep 1, 2019Mark OgdenSenior Writer, ESPN FC LONDON — Results mean everything in football. Managers will always talk up the importance of performances, but supporters are more interested in the cold reality of the final score, which is why Arsenal head coach Unai Emery will have left the Emirates feeling like the big winner of Sunday’s pulsating North London derby against Tottenham.Emery spends most games wearing a pained expression in the technical area, but the Spaniard allowed himself to smile in the closing stages of this one, perhaps because deep down, he knew that he and his team got away with it against Mauricio Pochettino’s side by claiming a 2-2 draw after falling 2-0 behind in the first half. “I’m pretty proud of our work,” Emery said. “We played with our heart, sometimes more than our head and we need the balance. We need to be clearer in our mind.”That, in a nutshell, is the problem that Emery has to solve at Arsenal. Their football is too chaotic, but right now it is exciting chaos, and that is helping the former Paris Saint-Germain coach win the PR battle, if nothing else. On the pitch there was no victor, with Arsenal and Spurs taking a point each from a game that saw the home side trail 2-1 at half-time before salvaging a draw with a stirring second-half fightback.-

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