Tottenham beat Norwich City this weekend, whilst Arsenal were thrashed at Southampton.
Former Tottenham midfielder Micky Hazard has taken to Twitter to celebrate the win over Norwich City - whilst he also mocked Arsenal for their defeat at Southampton.
Spurs have been superb so far this season, losing just twice, and whilst they have drawn too many games, they didn't have that problem against Norwich on Saturday.
A first-half brace from Harry Kane set them on their way, before substitute Tom Carroll sealed the win with a superb third goal in the second half, handing Tottenham a comfortable 3-0 win at White Hart Lane.
Ex-Spurs midfielder Hazard then took to Twitter, stating that Tottenham fully deserved their win - before adding that his 'lucky shoes' helped his former side claim all three points.
Great all round performance today, fully deserved result, the shoes worked a dream COYSSSSSSS— Micky Hazard (@1MickyHazard) December 26, 2015
Just hours after Tottenham's win, North London rivals Arsenal were in action against Southampton, but fell to a remarkable defeat on the South Coast.
Cuco Martina, Shane Long (twice) and Jose Fonte hit the back of the net for the Saints in a 4-0 thumping, when Arsenal could have gone top of the Premier League table with a win.
A week earlier, Tottenham had beaten Southampton 2-0 at St. Mary's Stadium in a convincing performance - something that Hazard certainly didn't forget.
He stated that it 'takes a very good side' to beat Southampton, poking fun at Arsenal's shock thrashing at the hands of Ronald Koeman's side.
Great 3-0 win v Norwich today and a great 2-0 win at Southampton last week.....takes a very good side to win at Southampton, COYS— Micky Hazard (@1MickyHazard) December 26, 2015
Tottenham now sit just four points behind Arsenal, and both teams look poised for a top four place this season - though both clubs are certainly in the running for the Premier League title this season, in what is one of the tightest campaigns in a long time.
Who will finish higher; Tottenham or Arsenal?