Everton Versus Arsenal match had been the most awaited in the Premier League Table. Everton took on a resurgent Arsenal side, who have steadily improved their position in the Premier League table despite a sluggish start to the season. The result – Everton beat Arsenal 2-1.
Everton has won a great victory, not only in terms of the score, but also in terms of the way in which it was achieved. Richarlison’s two equalisers were called out by VAR due to Spandex-tight offsides, giving Everton all the excuses they needed to lose again.
Everton fought like beasts in order to acquire something from the game. But it wasn’t only about effort; Demarai Gray scored both goals with magnificent curling strikes. The first hit the crossbar and was expertly finished by Richarlison; the second sailed in off the post and into the net.
In the meantime, the Gunners have climbed to seventh place in the table with 23 points, just four points behind fourth-placed West Ham despite having played one fewer game.
Everton proved a better side as they beat Arsenal 2-1 in the Premier League which was watched live in India, the United States, and the United Kingdom.
With 15 points, the Toffees are currently in 16th place, barely five points clear of the relegation zone.
Everton versus Arsenal live was super exciting
Fans in India also watched the Premier League live on the Star Sports network, which has the country’s official broadcasting rights. Fans also spend their sportint time to watch the Everton versus Arsenal match live on the Disney+ Hotstar app.
Everton manager Rafael Benitez faces the media on Friday (1.30pm GMT) ahead of Monday’s Premier League clash against Arsenal at Goodison Park. See what Benitez has to say, who will be fit and more by tuning in live!
Everton vs Arsenal Team
Everton predicted line-up: Jordan Pickford; Séamus Coleman, Ben Godfrey, Micheal Keane, Lucas Digne; Andros Townsend, Abdoulaye Doucoure, Allan, Demarai Gray; Alex Iwobi, Salomon Rondon
Arsenal predicted starting line-up: Aaron Ramsdale; Takehiro Tomiyasu, Ben White, Gabriel, Kieran Tierney; Thomas Partey, Albert Sambi Lokonga, Martin Odegaard; Bukayo Saka, Emile Smith Rowe, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang