What the papers say: Eight goal thriller could turn Tottenham's season

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The Sun - Redknapp: Rafa will Kop it next!
HARRY REDKNAPP rocked Arsenal last night then roared: Bring on Liverpool.

The Mirror - Arsenal 4-4 Tottenham
Harry Redknapp's magic touch worked again as Tottenham grabbed a last-gasp equaliser through Aaron Lennon in a thrilling clash against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium.

The Daily Mail - I'm Superman - Bentley buzzing after Spurs snatch an epic derby draw for Harry
David Bentley scored a stunning 40-yard goal for Tottenham in a stunning derby draw at his old club Arsenal and then declared: ‘I feel like Superman, I could fly home.’

Harry Redknapp last night showed just why he can be the man to give Tottenham a brand new future.

The Daily Star - 'ARRY'S 8-GOAL THRILLER
Harry Redknapp’s Spurs stunned Arsenal with an amazing double blast to grab a point at The Emirates.

The Times - Harry Redknapp? Tottenham's new manager is Harry Houdini
If he achieves nothing else during his reign as Tottenham Hotspur manager, Harry Redknapp can lay claim to masterminding one of the most remarkable comebacks in a North London derby.

The Independent - Lennon crowns glorious revival
Six days in the job, four points, one miracle. The Harry Redknapp revolution at Tottenham Hotspur is already the most entertaining relegation fight in living memory and we are not in November yet.

The Daily Telegraph - 'Superman' David Bentley flies with Harry Redknapp's Tottenham Hotspur
They say a week is a long time in politics, but it already feels like a lifetime in the career of David Bentley and, more importantly, the history of Tottenham Hotspur Football Club.

The Guardian - Tottenham make their point in the mayhem
If this is what the watching world can expect from Harry Redknapp's Tottenham Hotspur, then the Premier League should rejoice in his appointment. The majority of those Spurs fans who had tickets for this game had departed in despair by the time their side somehow got level amid the late bedlam last night.

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