The Gunners looked to be heading within a point of their arch-rivals Spurs after Aaron Ramsey gave his side the lead in the first half, finishing cooly past Hugo Lloris after being played through by team-mate Alexandre Lacazette.
Replays showed Kane had been offside before Mustafi's transgression, but Emery was not pointing any accusatory fingers at referee Anthony Taylor and his team, the Spaniard's stance perhaps softened after Arsenal were awarded a late spot-kick of their own. "We want to. It's not easy but we will keep working".
"I came home and he told me no worries you'll score in the next one", Aubameyang wrote on Instagram.
Emery also insisted he did not have to put any work in on mentally preparing his players for the big derby.
However, the Gabon international's effort was saved by Lloris down to his right, before Jan Vertonghen made a stunning block on the line to prevent Aubameyang from tapping home the rebound. Above all, we played like a team and together.More news: Tesla's V3 Supercharger cuts down charging times by half
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Emery's second season in charge of Paris Saint-Germain was played out amid a backdrop of controversy and tension surrounding his relationship with world record signing Neymar and Arsenal chiefs, desperate to avoid a similar scenario, will offer Arsene Wenger's successor their full support.
While Spurs coped pretty well in Kane's absence, they did exit the League Cup and FA Cup at the end of January without their star man. Every day in training we know that we are there, and it's very important for us.
"It'll be different for us because it's away and more against their supporters".
Speaking about this, Emery mentioned: "Two months ago, I said to everybody I think VAR is coming to help the referees".
"The adaption to the match was good and our moments in 90 minutes were strong, we could have won this match".
"We can not believe that it will be the key, that football now will be fair - football has never been fair and never will be".
"Of course the key will be how we use the VAR".