It's 3-2 Arsenal at halftime at White Hart Lane, and considering the events of the first few minutes it's a surprise that there haven't been more goals. Theo Walcott got the visitors off to a perfect start when he latched onto Cesc Fabregas' brilliant through ball and steered home expertly past Heurelhio Gomes, but Rafael van der Vaart cancelled that goal out almost instantly, slamming a first-time effort inside Wojciech Szczesny's near post.
Samir Nasri's surprise low shot from outside the penalty area beat Gomes (making the score 2-1 in the 12th minute), and Arsenal would go on to extend their lead after terrible defending allowed Robin van Persie to beat Gomes on the second attempt late in the half. However, Tottenham weren't going to let a two-goal deficit stand for long, and Tom Huddlestone made it 3-2 after a Spurs corner was only half cleared, lashing home from outside the box.
I think it's probably fair to say that this was one of the more eventful halves of the Premier League season. Remember, this is a must-win for both teams as they go for the title (Arsenal) or a Champions League spot (Tottenham). Expect more goals in the second half.