Often the only point of resistance for the constant waves of Spurs attacks following Adam's dismissal. Perhaps could have shouted for Wilson to abort his clearance which led to the equaliser, but otherwise acquitted himself very well.
Marshalled his defence reasonably well, ensuring Spurs were not simply able to play through them with their pace.
His long throws were a nuisance, but Bale tormented him whenever he deigned to run at him.
Had come controversial moments, committing several cynical fouls and possibly getting away with a handball in the penalty area, but he was often effective.
Had a poor moment of judgement when he cleared the ball into Dempsey's path for the equaliser, and had difficulty in dealing with Tottenham's quality in wide areas.
Rarely troubled Walker but, in truth, his team-mates gave him nowhere near enough service.
Stole in well at the near post to give his side the lead, and looked quite assured in midfield until Adam's dismissal forced his team onto the defensive.
Industrious on his return to the team, but offered little in the way of real quality.
Put a very good ball in for N'Zonzi's goal, but changed the game to the detriment of his side by getting sent off foolishly two minutes after half-time.
Worked his socks off up front but, starved of the ball, he achieved little.
Offered no more than nuisance value up front, as no chances came his way.
Occasionally flapped at crosses and might have done better with N'Zonzi's opener, but otherwise looked solid enough.
Looked as assured as ever in possession and didn't disgrace himself in the air either.
Shackled first Crouch and then Jerome well, ensuring neither had the opportunity to seriously trouble Lloris.
Kept Etherington quiet and his overlapping runs on the right caused Wilson problems.
Drove forward whenever he could from left-back and was a serious, if wasteful, threat from set-pieces.
Showed a typically expansive range of passing and put in a number of dangerous set-piece deliveries.
Not his most influential afternoon. Could not match the threat of Bale, and was withdrawn with 15 minutes left.
Not the liability he was against Chelsea. Used the ball simply and intelligently.
Didn't hit the heights he did at Stamford Bridge, but got the goal which might do for Arsenal in the top four race.
At the heart of everything Tottenham did well, and breathed life into their top four hopes with a brilliantly improvised equaliser from 25 yards. Also set up Adebayor for the winner.
Always dangerous, at times dragging three or four players towards him to create space for others, but did not make the difference himself.