Everton got themselves a positive result ahead of their upcoming Merseyside derby against Liverpool as this midweek they defeated Arsenal.
The Toffees had to come back from a goal down before eventually getting all three points with goals from Seamus Coleman and Ashley Williams, while Alexis Sanchez was the scorer for Gunners.
That victory also marked the end of Arsene Wenger’s side 14 matches unbeaten run and basically stalled their chance in temporarily topping the English Premier League table.
It was certainly a tough encounter as both teams were putting on an aggressive effort since kick off and things looking well for the away team when Sanchez puts them in front after 20 minutes.
However, Ronald Koeman’s boys refused to give up easily as they poured forward vigorously and eventually got back on level terms just before half time break through Coleman.
Things continue to get interesting in the second period as both sides looking for that winning goal, which eventually arrived for the home side four minutes before the final 90.
Gunners tried hard to get back on level terms, but despite their opponent having to play with 10 men during the added time, Arsenal still can’t find that equalizing goal they were keen on grabbing.