Everton 2-2 Arsenal Highlights

Arsenal staged a dramatic late fight back to come back from two goals down and claim a point at Everton.

The Toffees dominated the first half and took the lead when Seamus Coleman charged into the box unchallenged to head home Gareth Barry’s cross.

Steven Naismith doubled the home team’s advantage with a neat, low finish.

Aaron Ramsey gave Arsenal hope with a tap-in with seven minutes to go and substitute Olivier Giroud completed the comeback with a 90th-minute header.

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19′ Seamus Coleman
45′ Steven Naismith

83′ Aaron Ramsey

90′ Olivier Giroud

Venue: Goodison Park
Date: Saturday, 23 August, 2014
Kick off: 17:30 GMT


Naismith ScoresEverton won this fixture 3-0 on 6 April but that is their only win in their last 15 league and cup games against the Gunners.

Arsenal’s defeat at Goodison Park meant they lost all four of their away games against last season’s top five. Those four defeats accounted for 20 of the 41 league goals the Gunners conceded in 2013-14.

Arsenal have failed to win their last four Premier League games against Everton (D3, L1), although they beat them 4-1 in an FA Cup quarter-final in March.


Defeat would mean the Toffees lose back-to-back Premier League games at Goodison Park for the first time since October 2011.

Everton have conceded at least twice in three of their last four Premier League games.

However, they have scored at least two goals in their previous six home league matches.

Steven Naismith has scored four goals and assisted two more in his last nine Premier League appearances.


The Gunners have won six successive league games since losing at Everton in April.

A seventh straight win would represent their best league run since a similar sequence between February and March 2012.

Arsene Wenger’s side claimed 35 points away from home last term – the joint-best record in the division, along with Liverpool. Yet they ended the season with a goal difference of just plus two away from home.

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  1. Guest says:

    1st half Everton played well, in second half it was Arsenal.