Police detained one suspect for possible commitment of a section five public order offence, though there was no visible action taken against thousands singing the term
Supporters had been warned by police ahead of the match that the use of the term, which is seen by some as an offensive way to refer to a Jewish person, would result in arrests.
However, the home fans defied the advisement by repeatedly chanting the word throughout the match.
The man was held by police at half-time on suspicion of committing a section five public order offence.
Despite an intensified police presence at White Hart Lane, no mass arrests were witnessed for the thousands participating in chants.