Arsene Wenger's favorite word while describing any Arsenal performance is "spirit." Well, there was plenty of "spirit" among the Gunners in the dramatic 3-1 win over Norwich in the English Premier League which took them to third in the table, although aided by a couple of dodgy decisions.
There is not much time to rest on the laurels, though, as Arsenal face an extremely difficult test in the shape of Everton on Tuesday.
The Gunners can go four points clear of both Chelsea and Tottenham, if they take three points against the Toffees at the Emirates. Spurs, would of course have a game in hand, while Chelsea would have two. But then, as they say, points on the board is always better.
However, if Arsenal are to produce a win against Everton, they will have to play much better than they did against Norwich. Yes, there were enough chances created without having to score three goals in the final seven minutes, but at the end of the day, they were not put away.