The 2019/20 season hasn't been kind to Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette.
Goals have been incredibly hard to come by for the French forward, with the former Lyon man often condemned to the bench under Mikel Arteta.
However, Lacazette has been showing signs of a return to form in recent weeks. The 29-year-old recently scored a crucial winner away at Wolves in a vital 2-0 victory for the Gunners.
The Frenchman was handed a start today in the north London derby against Tottenham and he repaid Arteta's faith by scoring his best goal in an Arsenal shirt yet.
Lacazette lashed an unstoppable shot past countryman Hugo Lloris from all of 25 yards and it gets better with every viewing.
What a strike that is.
But Arsenal's celebrations were brought to a halt two minutes later when Sead Kolasinac gifted Spurs an equaliser.
The Bosnian's poor pass to David Luiz was intercepted by Heung-min Son, with the Korean nonchalantly dinking the ball over Emi Martinez to make it 1-1.
Luiz didn't exactly cover himself in glory, but at least the Brazilian didn't replicate his stupidity at the Etihad and get himself sent off.
Arsenal gonna Arsenal...
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