Playmaker - powered by the world's largest football database
        Emery's Gunners shoot down Everton

        Three minute turnaround

        2018/09/23 23:15
        By Playmaker

         Two goals in three second-half minutes gave Arsenal a 2-0 victory over Everton at the Emirates Stadium and took them up to sixth in the Premier League table.

        The impressive Petr Cech kept Arsenal level in the first half with several fine stops, before a curling stunner from Lacazette (56 minutes) and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's close-range finish (59´) gave the hosts a cushion, despite the latter looking offside.

        This result means Arsenal have won their last five on the bounce having lost their opening two, and the Gunners now sit in sixth place with Everton back in 12th.

        Unai Emery: “We won, but we didn’t control the match like we wanted to in the first half. Everton are a good team, but in the second half we stopped their counter attacks better. We are happy because it’s four victories in a row and in front of our supporters.”

        Marco Silva: “The result didn’t reflect the ­performance of both teams. We clearly deserved more. At this level we have to be more effective. Last week we created more chances than our opponents and this afternoon again. I know the only way to change it – by working.”

        Comments (0)
        Tenha em atenção as Regras de Conduta antes de escrever o seu comentário. Se não as conhece poderá ser uma boa oportunidade para o fazer aqui.
        ENo comments made.
        top matches
        U Sunday, 23 September 2018 - 16:00
        Emirates Stadium
        Jon Moss
        Alexandre Lacazette 56'
        Pierre Aubameyang 59'