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Significant points as Everton edge Arsenal at Goodison Park

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Arsenal was beaten yet again thus adding to the sides inconsistent story in the EPL as they lost to a Demarai Gray’s inspired Everton side on Monday.

The Toffees have had a bad run in the last couple of games and the win will ease the pressure on the Manager Rafael Benitez ahead of a possible sack with Premier League gradually becoming a no-nonsense ground for misfiring coaches.

Following Everton 2-1 win over Arsenal, reveals the significant point from this game.

Demarai Gray is top class

Everton 2-1 Arsenal: Demarai Gray's stunning injury-time strike earns  victory over below-par Gunners | Evening Standard

Demarai Gray may have shown flashes of his brilliance at former Premier League side Leicester City. But his class was undeniable against the visitor’s Arsenal.

He was a handful for the Mikel Arteta led side while he capped off an individual performance with a goal worthy of remembrance as he secured the three points for Everton.

With this performance, sides like Bayern, Chelsea and even Arsenal may start looking his way (his services) as his talent was all glaring for all to see in the contest.

Second defeat for Arsenal  

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The Gunners missed the chance to leapfrog rivals Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur after the new boss at the helm of this (top) EPL sides help them secure a win against Crystal Palace (1-0) and new boys (3-0) Norwich City.

It was another defeat in the space of three days for Arsenal as they lost 3-2 to Manchester United in midweek.

And the fact that they lost these games after taking an early lead should be a course for concern for Mikel Arteta’s led Arsenal along in the season.

Richarlison destined to score

Everton 2-1 Arsenal: Final | Gray wins it in time added on! - Royal Blue  Mersey

The Brazilian scored in the first half but it was chalked off for offside by VAR which pointed the striker’s outstretched arm in the build-up to the goal.

The same would happen again in the second half with VAR denying him the goal his performance truly deserves.

But it would not be for long in this contest as the Brazilian registered his goal for the third time in the game which now counted against all odds from the VAR team as it proved to be the equalizer Everton needed in the match to make amends to their purple patch in the season.

This article was updated 1 year ago



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