Everton waste another potential three points as on Saturday they were held into a thrilling 2-2 draw by Arsenal at Goodison Park.
Eager to redeem their failure in snatching three points on their opening league match, Everton immediately put on an aggressive display against their guest.
That positive approach was eventually rewarded when Seamus Coleman puts them ahead after 19 minutes of play, which also lasted until the first 45 minutes.
Things continue to look much better for the Toffees as just before half time break, they managed to double their lead with a goal from Steven Naismith.
Leading by two goals in the first 45 minutes, Everton didn't put on any defensive effort though as they were still keen on extending their lead.
However, it was Gunners that managed to improve their attacking performance and seven minutes from time Aaron Ramsey pulled one back for Arsene Wenger's side.
Arsenal continue to push forward after netting one back as they eventually drew level with an effort from Olivier Giroud right in the 90th minute mark.