A busy night on his debut. Brought down Nasri for the first penalty and could have perhaps done better with Arshavin's goal but did not look out of place.
Lucky to stay on the pitch and only receive a yellow card after a wild challenge on Rosicky but was otherwise one of Spurs' more polished performers. Provided the pass for Keane's equaliser.
The 18-year-old Academy product did not look out of place on his club debut, shepherding Vela into the channels and using his height and power to dominate in the air. Made some excellent tackles but was caught out for the second penalty concession.
Careless in possession but made some fine tackles and showed great energy on the left flank.
The Spurs captain for the night, he made some good interceptions but gave away the first of the two penalties.
Has the physique to be a midfield colossus but like a rabbit caught in the headlights early on. Gained in composure as the game went on.
Substituted at half-time after spending the first period chasing shadows in central midfield.
Playing against the club that nurtured him, did little to suggest that he should be a first-team regular. His set-piece delivery was mediocre. Looks a lost soul.
Struggled to get to grips with Arsenal's slick pass-and-move style but his energy helped pull his team-mates together after the break.
G. dos Santos
Quieter than a church mouse. Stationed on the right flank, could not get involved and when he did, was easily snuffed out. Substituted at the break.
Did not show enough guile to trouble Koscielny and Djourou. Looked more comfortable when Keane joined him in the second half.
Oh dear. The Arsenal No.2 could - and should - have saved Keane's equaliser, which squirmed through his hands. How many more chances does the fallible Pole get?
Gael Clichy should be worried. His understudy is breathing on his neck and ran to overtake. The England Under-21 international was reliable off the ball and superb on it, his touch and delivery far more reliable than the Frenchman's. Looks ready to be a regular now but hobbled off with what looked like a foot injury in extra time.
Re-routed back to his old right-back position, he had a comfortable evening, making some fine tackles and always willing to bomb forward.
A fine display by the Frenchman. Made some excellent interceptions and held the defence together well when Spurs put Arsenal under pressure after the break.
The Swiss' career has stagnated over the last three seasons but he is a class act and showed enough poise to suggest he should still feature at Arsenal.
Directed operations well from his midfield anchorman role and provided the foundations to many of Arsenal's attacks with his simple but effective passing.
Angela Lansbury could have finished off Wilshere's whipped in cross but the 19-year-old showed great energy and hunger and his manic celebration for his goal showed how much it meant to him. Faded late on but an impressive display on the right flank.
Sensational before the break and at the heart of all Arsenal's excellent build-up play. A magnificent performance given the opposition and occasion, more impressive than his coming-of-age against Braga, in many ways.
Neat and tidy but could not find the killer pass and the victim of a wild challenge from Naughton. Hobbled on but substituted on the hour.
Tucked away both penalties with aplomb and was at the heart of Arsenal's slick build-up play with some nice touches in the hole behind the lone striker.
Only one chance came his way and he sent the header wide but needs to do more with his back to goal if he is to be anything other than a bit-part player.
- 23 C. Cudicini
- A. Hutton
- 8 J. Jenas
Replaced Sandro late on but made little impact.
His dribbling and speed brought a new dimension to the previously subdued Spurs attack.
- 6 T. Huddlestone
Energised Spurs after the break with his liveliness. Scored a scuffed goal and could have added the winner in normal time but hit the post from two yards.
- 1 Almunia
- 3 B. Sagna
- 40 C. Eastmond
Replaced the hobbling Gibbs in the first period of extra time.
A fine cameo by the Russia. A lovely dink to Nasri won the crucial first penalty and then scored the fourth with a powerfully driven left-foot shot.
- 41 J. Emmanuel-Thomas
Brought greater guile to the Arsenal attack when he replaced Vela as the lone striker. Won the second penalty .