The Gunners closed the gap on their rivals after fighting back from two goals down to secure a stunning 5-2 victory and thus reclaimed fourth position in the Premier League
Just over three-quarters of Goal.com readers believe that Arsenal's comeback win over Tottenham on Sunday was their best performance since beating Barcelona in the Champions League just over a year ago.
78.68 per cent of those polled voted in favour of the stunning turnaround, where they came from two goals behind to triumph 5-2 to beat their north London rivals, as their most impressive display since coming from behind to beat the reigning European and Liga champions 2-1 in their last-16 first leg encounter last season.
The remaining 22.32% of voters thought that other notable performances, such as their 3-5 victory over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge earlier in the campaign, ranked higher.
Nearly 4000 pitched in and suggested that Arsene Wenger's side looked to have found a winning formula since a player upheaval in the summer following the departures of Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri.
The Gunners reclaimed fourth position courtesy of goals from Bacary Sagna, Robin van Persie, Tomas Rosicky and a double by Theo Walcott, leaving them tied with Chelsea on points and goal difference.