Since the start of this season, Spurs have gone behind in four of their six Premier League matches, but remarkably have won twice and drawn twice to take eight points from those encounters.
But in fact this spirit is nothing new, with the latest point won against the Gunners taking Spurs top of the all-time table for points won from losing positions.
Brentford have also exhibited brilliant character from trailing positions, despite this being only their third season in the Premier League.
They have averaged 0.35 points per match from a losing position, only slightly inferior to Spurs' 0.36, and have come from behind twice already this season to earn a point.
Most points from losing positions
Spurs' eight points gained from losing positions leaves them on course to break their record from 2010/11, when they accumulated 24 points after going behind.
But they still have a way to go to match the record set by Newcastle United in 2001/02, when they amassed 34 points after trailing in 23 matches that season.
The team that produced such fighting spirit was Crystal Palace when they claimed 25 points despite trailing in 26 matches last season.
Most points from losing positions in a single season
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