'It hurts a lot, we know what the derby means'

Mikel Arteta was unable to hide his frustration after we were beaten 2-0 by Tottenham in the north London derby. 

Son Heung-min and Harry Kane both scored in the first half to give our rivals all three points on a difficult night in north London.
"Yeah, it hurts a lot," Arteta told "Obviously we know what the derby means to all of us, including our fans. We had a great opportunity to put some momentum in.
"I think the performance overall shows the character that this team has at the moment, the personality that we showed, the way we've played, all the situations that we generated. But as well, who we are at the moment - we concede two shots on target and we lost the game.
"I think we had 53 crosses into the box. It's an incredible number. The situations that we generated were very clear. It was missing that final link, that final touch, that one v one with Auba, that header - I have a lot in my memory. At the end, in the opponents' box we are not ruthless enough when we had the chances and then we conceded two goals."

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