Arsenal have the North London bragging rights - and are still in with a shout of winning the Premier League title after a goal from Tomas Rosicky settled the derby match against Tottenham Hotspur this afternoon.
Arsenal, in all fairness, probably did not deserve to come away from all three points in this game. Spurs played well and dominated for vast periods of the game.
It could be that the early goal might have been the culprit.
We have seen it many times in the past. One team takes an early lead and then does not know exactly what to do - they go reserved, drop deep and invite pressure - it is the curse of early comfort.
But in the end the result is all that matters - and at least the early goal was a little bit special.
Arsenal have scored plenty of excellent team goals this term - but in terms of individual strikes this is perhaps the best the Gunners have scored this campaign.
And one Arsenal player was quick to let us know what he thought about the goal.
Aaron Ramsey is still out with a troublesome thigh injury so had to watch the game - rather than get involved himself.
But he was really impressed with the strike according to this Tweet:
Rosicky has really stepped up his performances this year in light of injuries to the likes of Ramsey and now Jack Wilshere.
And this magnificent strike is certainly one of his highlights of the season.