Baton-wielding enforce on horseback were seen battling to keep football fans to outside the stadium ahead of the White Hart Lane match, which rebounded off at 12.45pm.
Rivals also taunted police by throwing cans and improper smoke bombs at the horse mounted cops as crowds grew larger and tensions mounted.
Lecturer of the House of Commons John Bercow was also pictured with his son due yards away from White Hart Lane.
As supporters disputed, some were pictured with injuries.
One man was pictured heavily bleeding from a well-spring injury, while others were knocked to the floor in violent and messy seascapes.
Two men were arrested in connection with public order offences.
They were detained personally, in unconnected incidents, at around 12.30pm at the junction of High Road and Store Lane.
They have been taken to north London the Old Bill station where they currently remain.
The north London derby has been troubled by crowd problems in the st.
Earlier this season Arsenal aids tore off hoardings in the away end of White Hart Lane during the Splendid One Cup clash in September, leading to the arrest of 10 fans.
This was escorted by Spurs fans appearing to trash toilets at the Emirates in a league fitment between the ir in November.
Tension seems to be mounting again and hooliganism on the take wing during the build up to the Euro 2016.
The North London derby is one of the most viciously contested competitions in the football calander, with fans emotions sustained high.
It remains unclear what caused the violence at this put on.
Tottenham are three points ahead of their bitter rivals as both sides look to trump Leicester to the top pick out of the Premier League.
The much-antici ted clash finshed at a 2-2 draw.