"We showed a strong performance and worked hard".
"The players who are offside (Sanchez and Shkodran Mustafi) don't go for the ball, they just keep moving forward".
"There's a little physical advantage, for sure, when you play after the European weeks, but you have to live with that and I wouldn't say that it is an excuse".
Arsene Wenger may be impressed with the way his Arsenal side have started the season but he set a slightly unwanted record during their draw against Tottenham Hotspur.
"It was high intensity and we gave a lot in the first half", the manager told Arsenal Player.
Kane's strike cancelled out Kevin Wimmer's own goal, which had given the Gunners a half-time lead, and triggered a frantic second period in which both sides had their chances. "But it was great to see him back and scoring and with a smile on his face at the end of the game". I felt fine out there [at the Emirates Stadium].
The Netherlands have an worldwide friendly against Belgium and a World Cup qualifier against Luxembourg on the agenda over the global break and Janssen will surely be hoping to get amongst the goals. "It is not a good law and it still needs further work to make life easier for all the stakeholders in the game".
"The penalty was harsh", Wenger said, having described it earlier as "unlucky".
He also said Spurs were fortunate to be awarded a penalty for Laurent Koscielny's challenge on Mousa Dembele, telling Sky Sports: "Contact is not a penalty".
Unfortunately for both sides, neither of them could get a victor, but Spurs remain the only unbeaten side in the Premier League and take a firm lead on fifth as they push for their own top four place once more this campaign.
Kane, who was the Premier League top goalscorer last season after finding the net 25 times in 38 games, can help spark Tottenham's season.
"Dembele is a genius", said Pochettino.
"I still need to get some match fitness, but I was delighted to be out there and to score". Wenger said his team played with "nervousness at the back" but acknowledged that it's hard to maintain their usual attacking fluency in an intense derby.