Spurs almost ruined Arsenal’s day with JamieRedknapp starting the comeback and Robbie Keaneconverting a penalty to claim a draw.
It was not enough to stop Arsenal, who wentunbeaten to become The Invincibles that season.
The hosts took the lead through a NoureddineNaybet volley but Thierry Henry hit back just beforehalf-time to make it 1-1.
Arsenal took the lead thanks to Lauren’s penalty andVieira made it 3-1 on the hour only for Jermain Defoeto halve the deficit for Spurs.
Freddie Ljungberg hit the fourth for Arsenal but theyneeded a Pires goal to make sure of the points aftera reply from Ledley King, with Freddie Kanoute thencompleting the scoring.
One of the most dramatic matches in Premier Leaguehistory saw Spurs snatch a point at the death in abreathless encounter, in which David Bentley scoreda superb opening goal.
Arsenal hit back via a Mikael Silvestre header andearly in the second half they took the lead, WilliamGallas making it 2-1, before Emmanuel Adebayorscored to seemingly seal the win.
Spurs would not go away reducing the deficit to onethanks to Darren Bent’s goal only for Arsenal tomove clear again through a powerful finish from theirtalisman Robin van Persie.
Jermaine Jenas equalised in the 89th minute and itwas chaos in the away end when Aaron Lennonpolished off a rebound in added time to make it 4-4.
Goals from Samir Nasri and Marouane Chamakh hadArsenal 2-0 up at half-time and on track to moveabove Chelsea in the table, but Spurs had otherideas.
The fightback was started by Gareth Bale and Spurshad a slice of luck when Cesc Fabregas illegallyblocked a Rafael van der Vaart free-kick, allowing theDutchman to level from the spot.
There was still time for a winner with Van der Vaart’sfree-kick met by Younes Kaboul who sent his headerpast Lukasz Fabianski in the Gunners goal to sparkwild celebrations.
Theo Walcott’s early strike had the Gunners in frontbut Van de Vaart ensured the lead was short-livedinitially, only for Nasri and Van Persie to both scoreand put Arsenal in control.
Tom Huddlestone netted for Spurs just before thebreak to make it 3-2 with Van de Vaart levelling it upfrom the penalty spot after Wojciech Szczesny fouledsubstitute Lennon.