Tottenham began the day four points ahead of Arsenal on the English Premiership League table as both teams aim to boost their chances of finishing inside the top four in search of Champions League football.
The result leaves Arsenal in sixth - seven points behind their rivals - with the Europa League now looking like their surest route back to the Champions League next season. It's a north London derby, I look forward to these games.
"That's what happened, we should have been more clinical, we know that, but we played very well".
"I still believe in Petr Cech myself, he's solid", he said on ESPN.
The Gunners won the first 2-0 thanks to goals from Shkodran Mustafi and Alexis Sanchez, but will field a very different side on the weekend. "I need to pick 11 players", he said.
The 24-year-old has scored a remarkable 32 goals in 33 appearances for Spurs so far this season and all Llorente can do is watch on and admire his team-mate. We can only look at ourselves.
"We were caught by a super striker who is one of the best in the world who scores against everybody", Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said.
"On that front, as much as I can be harsh with the referees, on that front I am quite tolerant with the referees because when you watch a game live it is very hard at 100 percent pace to distinguish whether it is a dive or not", he added. "That is not acceptable at this level", he fumed.
"The second half we should have lost the game in the early part of it by a couple of times goal".
"Once they scored you could see we were wobbling and they could have scored more".
Arsenal's only shy chance was a wide shot from Hector Bellerin ending the first 45 minutes goalless.
"I believe that we had opportunities, risky situations that we didn't transform into opportunities". In the final ball, we missed something.
That is what happened but it was the other mistakes and lack of intensity and organisation which should have seen Spurs lead by at least three goals before they almost messed it up.