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Both sides could have emerged victorious but had to settle for a point apiece.
"It was a great football game and both teams gave it everything," Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said.
"We were outstanding going forward but nervous defensively. I think recent accidents against Manchester City and Chelsea affected the heads of the players."
Tottenham were woeful in the first half against Norwich but new signing Lewis Holtby made an impressive debut as a second-half substitute and set Bale away for a spectacular solo goal.
Andre Villas-Boas's side then went all-out for the winner but Norwich held on for a point.
"We wanted to profit from the Arsenal versus Liverpool game, but we did not have enough time to get a winner," the Portuguese coach said. "The draw was a fair result.
"Holtby made a difference, it is a major coup for us."
Leighton Baines scored twice for Everton who are breathing down the neck of Tottenham with 14 matches left - a good end to a day when a deal to sign midfielder Leroy Fer collapsed.
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