Everton vs Arsenal Highlights
Start date: 07. Apr 2019, 14:05
Location: Liverpool Venue: Goodison Park
Referee: Kevin Friend, England
"I'm really, really happy. We deserved the three points," Everton boss Marco Silva told BBC Sport.
Manchester City keeping their lead at the top of English Premier League standings as they are leading by a point ahead of Liverpool.
City were in front on Saturday with their 1-0 victory over Bournemouth thanks to Riyad Mahrez's strike on 55 minutes.
Manchester City successfully get themselves back into the top of English Premier League table as they defeated Everton in midweek.
Playing away from home, Pep Guardiola's men kept on playing their possession based attacking football straight from kick off.
Liverpool starting to feel the pressure of leading English Premier League standings as they only pick up a point on their latest league fixture against West Ham United.
Playing away from home on Monday night match, The Reds were keen on regaining their five points lead over Manchester City.
Tottenham Hotspur are getting closer to second place seat Manchester City as Mauricio Pochettino's men picked up an impressive away victory over Everton this Sunday.
Playing away from Home, the Lilywhites hammered their opponent, 6-2 with Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min both grabbing two goals.
Tottenham Hotspur's run of excellent results ended this past weekend as Mauricio Pochettino's men were beaten by their arch rival Arsenal 4-2 at Emirates Stadium.
Playing away from home, the Lilywhites didn't have a great start as they were under pressure early on and eventually found themselves going a goal down from Pierre Aubameyang's spot kick after just 10 minutes of play.
Chelsea maintained their Premier League title race this season as Maurizio Sarri's men grabbed all three points from their Sunday fixture away to Burnley.
Coming off an Europa League schedule on Thursday, The Blues didn't look affected as Sarri's rotation seemingly giving that continuous freshness which can be felt immediately when the away side got in front on 22 minutes through Alvaro Morata.
The battle for top four seats in English Premier League still far from over, especially after Liverpool dropping some points on their latest fixture against city rival, Everton.
Playing the weekend tie with midweek Champions League tie on their mind, The Reds didn't put on their best eleven, as Jurgen Klopp opted to rest some of his team's important names.