Tottenham have lost the North London derby but are back in the top four.
In fact, Chelsea's shock defeat to Wolves in combination with Arsenal's draw at Manchester United meant Spurs took third place in the Premier League table against Southampton on Wednesday.
The men of Mauricio Pochettino have so far won eleven of fifteen games this season, averaging more than two points per game.
However, while they are lagging behind the sensational form of Manchester City and Liverpool, they are in a league of their own for statistics – game draws – or their absence.
It is either victory or defeat with Pochettino's side, there is no middle ground.
The four other games Spurs played this season ended with a defeat. This means that the Spurs will not have to draw a game this year.
Tottenham drew 2-2 in the Carabao Cup, although the game was victorious on penalties. In the league, the game is not yet in a stalemate.
All the other teams in England's top four leagues have drawn one this season. In fact, in the seventh row you have to look for another team that does not yet have to draw a game in England – South Shields and Staines Town are in the same league as Spurs.
But Tottenham is in a league of its own when it comes to the top five European leagues. Every team in the Bundesliga, La Liga, Serie A and Ligue Un has already drawn a match this season.
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