Two men were arrested after robbing and assaulting a Harlem man. Police said the victim was riding a northbound No. 2 train May 27 at 2:45 a.m., when three men entered the car and took his iPod. They punched him in the face and head, according to cops. After the assault, they left the train at the West 72nd Street and Broadway station. The victim got off at the West 96th Street and Broadway station to report the crime to police. During the canvass, police arrested 19-year-old Jeremy Roman and 20-year-old Jhohann Sucurro for robbery. The third man was not found.