Emery's side displayed plenty of quality and resolve to come back from 1-2 down at half time to secure a monumental win in the Spaniard's first north London derby, but it was not a performance that would have been uncharacteristic of Arsene Wenger's Arsenal.
But after a slow start, Salah, Firmino and Mane are beginning to show the form they did last season in smashing a combined 91 goals.
A wonderful moment of individual skill from Kane put Spurs on course for a sixth straight league when he cut inside onto his weaker left foot, but still produced a powerful drive from 20 yards that beat Rui Patricio midway through the first half.
In fact the Brazilian won more tackles than Arsenal defender Shkodran Mustafi last campaign, which is mind blowing when you think about it.
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Kevin De Bruyne and Sergio Aguero both came off the bench against Palace after dealing with injuries over the past few weeks.
"He gives the ball to Bobby and he can score a hat-trick, so that's just nice". That's really nothing. It's absolutely not important how much points you are ahead in December, even in the end of December. McGarry said on the Transfer Window podcast: "I'm told that City have enquired to Atletico Madrid about Thomas Partey, who, for me, is one of the most exciting and most effective holding midfielders in European football at this moment in time".
Fielded next to Fabinho in a double pivot, the Dutchman was also far more progressive than we've seen in recent weeks, bombing forward to join the attack wherever he could and providing a real reminder of his dribbling capability. "We will rest now and prepare for that game", he said. "Some games can happen, this type of result, and now we need to move on and be sure we are ready for the next game".
"Before the marathon, the weather is brilliant, new trainers, new shirt, everything brilliant and the people say, 'You will win today!' But first you have to run".
"I didn't see a smile on any faces in the dressing room", he said. "That's what we try as good as possible". We have to run. "So far the gesture of the season". It's going to take the effort of all of them for them to end up winning this.
"Now we have quite a distance between that, but do I feel that's already done? No".