Watch Arsenal vs Everton Live Match and Goal Highlights
North London side Arsenal are taking on Everton tonight in the Premier League at the Emirates Stadium. Fans have gathered outside the stadium to protest against the ownership of the Kroenkes following the European Super League debacle this week, which saw Arsenal as one of the 12 clubs attempting to break away from Uefa and form their own competition which would ringfence money and power among a select few
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1* – Everton kick-off at The Emirates – wearing blue shirts, blue shorts and … blue socks with bold white tops.
8* – Smith-Rowe had someone on the overlap and could have run inside, but the Frenchman covered the space very well while at a numerical disadvantage.
14* – Absolutely stunning whipped in cross from Lucas Digne – emphasising his attacking play is even better than his defensive work – but Arsenal defended very well and just got in ahead of Dominic Calvert-Lewin who was lurking.
18* – First shot on target … from Saka, but straight at Pickford from 10 yards.
Could have been much more costly for Everton that.
23* – 20 minutes gone and not much has really happened for Everton apart from a few decent crosses into the box, one of which found the head of Calvert-Lewin.
31* –Well we get some good forward play from Allan and look what nearly comes of it?
Fantastic pass from the midfielder to the feet of Richarlison and he forced a good save from Leno there for Everton’s best opening of the game.
40* – Gylfi Sigurdsson clips the top of the crossbar after getting the ball over the wall, but not quite down enough.
Partey fouls James Rodriguez on the opposite side of the penalty area now to give Everton the chance to see if the Colombian can do any better
44* – That’s got to be the best free kick Sigurdsson has ever hit for Everton, right?
So close to getting off the mark for the club from free kicks with that one, even though Leno might have just had it covered.
50* –The Coleman-Sigurdsson combination almost comes up trumps again.
Coleman got to the byline and cut back a cross, Sigurddson connected but Holding made a decisive intervention.
52* – Penalty for Arsenal.
Richarlison flicks a foot out to Ceballos.
The contact is minimal. But there is contact.
And nowadays that’s enough.
73* – Everton have scored. And we’re not sure how!
Just as the commentator says Everton have hardly been in Arsenal’s half, Richarlison races down the right, crosses …. and Leno fumbles the ball into his own net.
75* – There are 13 minutes left. Could Everton follow up their Anfield win with another victory at a ground which appeared to have been jinxed?
83* – Carlo tries to shore the midfield up by bringing on Tom Davies for James Rodriguez with five minutes left.
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