Referee Anthony Taylor was at the centre of the controversy, awarding an offside Kane a penalty to level before pointing to the spot when Davinson Sanchez appeared to foul Aubameyang in the area, much to Tottenham's fury.
Tottenham can not expect to be challenging for major titles under their current business model, says boss Mauricio Pochettino. That changed the dynamic of the game.
"The feeling is a bit weird because everyone would've signed to be in the position we're in today".
Both teams went in search of a decisive third and although chances were not being created, Arsenal were provided with the opportunity to score their own penalty when Sanchez was harshly adjudged to have pushed Aubameyang. Red and it's clear you'll have an advantage. "We need to be strong and we need to be very concentrated over 90 minutes".
"I think if you assess the game I think we were better than Arsenal in all aspects, but of course in the way that it finished, with the penalty missing by Arsenal [it could have been different]", the Argentine told a news conference.
The Frenchman had been partly at fault for both of the goals scored by Chelsea in the midweek defeat at Stamford Bridge, but he made amends at Wembley. "You put the finger on Hugo as responsible for the defeat". Harry is one of the best strikers, players in the world. He does not need to show that.
"The reaction is fantastic from my point of view because it is a player that cares".
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"I cannot change opinions and everyone can judge us in a different way", he said ahead of Saturday's north London derby with Arsenal.
"Was it more than a draw?".
"Today, for me, the referees were with a big personality but it is not enough to make the best decisions in hard actions in the box, for them [Spurs] and for us".
Yet Lloris, who was involved in a freakish Kieran Trippier own goal in Wednesday's 2-0 defeat at Chelsea, kept out Aubameyang's weak effort low to his right before Jan Vertonghen denied the Gabon striker right on the line as Arsenal tried to capitalise on the rebound.
Iwobi came close to doubling Arsenal's lead as the first half approached a conclusion, but Lloris was equal to the Nigerian's curling effort from 15 yards and it acted as the catalyst for Spurs to end the opening 45 minutes on top.
"I hear people say, 'Pochettino is there for five years and didn't win.' Of course, I didn't win but, for me, what we are doing here is more than win a title".