Premier League results, Arsenal Win at Everton Cage
Arsenal won a landslide victory 5-2 over Everton in the 9th weekend Premier League – the top league caste on Sunday (22/10/2017) fansbetting.co.
In the game at the Goodison Park Stadium, Everton actually had a winning goal through spectacular Wayne Rooney (12 ‘). However, Arsenal could reverse the situation through Nacho Monreal (40 ‘) and Mesut Oezil (53’).
Red card Idrissa Gueye (68 ‘) make Everton more miserable. Arsenal can add three goals by Alexandre Lacazette (74 ‘), Aaron Ramsey (90’), and Alexis Sanchez (90 ‘+ 5) which can only be returned to Baye Oumar Niasse lane (90’ + 4).
Arsenal, who have a record of eleven victories from 25 away games at the headquarters of Everton is capable of mastering the game. Team nicknamed the Gunners first get a golden opportunity in the ninth minute.
Starting from a cross Aaron Ramsey, Alexandre Lacazette successfully received the ball and escaped from the escort inside the Everton penalty box. However, his close-range shot was anticipated by goalkeeper Jordan Pickford.
Three minutes later, Granh Xhaka’s mistake allowed Idrissa Gueye to steal the ball and was immediately accepted by Rooney. Only by doing a little touch, Rooney was fired from outside the penalty box and can not be reached Petr Cech as it leads to the far post.
The goal is similar to Rooney’s incision as a young Everton player and scored against Arsenal. After these goals Arsenal increasingly aggressively pressed the Toffees defense, nickname Everton.
The result, in the 40th minute Nacho Monreal managed to score a goal back to take advantage of the ball rebound from Xhaka shot that can countered Pickford. According to Soccernet BolaSport.com records, Arsenal can control 72 percent of the ball possession versus 28 percent owned by Everton in the first round.
The Gunners can also make nine opportunities telling of a total of 17 opportunities gained, while Ronald Koeman’s squad only packs three chances and one on target.
Arsenal managed to turn things around 2-1 in the 53rd minute. This time a goal created Oezil maximize Alexis Sanchez cross with a header.
Everton effort to avoid the more difficult defeat after having to play with ten players in the 68th minute. Gueye gets a second yellow card for violating Xhaka.
Arsene Wenger’s squad can take advantage of the situation and more easily dismantle the Everton defense. In the 74th minute, starting from Oezil’s bait, Lacazzete broke into Pickford’s goal for the third time. Right after the end of normal time of the second half, Aaron Ramsey made Arsenal 4-1.
However, Monreal’s mistake in back-passing to Petr Cech was fatal because the ball was stolen instantly by Niasse, who easily scored. In extra time, it was Sanchez’s turn to register his name on the scoreboard and ensure Arsenal’s 5-2 victory over Everton.
This victory makes Arsenal record victory to 12 at Goodison Park. This Everton headquarters also became the location of Arsenal’s biggest away record after West Ham United and Aston Villa headquarters.
Everton 2-5 Arsenal – (Wayne Rooney 12 ‘, Oumar Niasse 90’ + 3 – Nacho Monreal 40 ‘, Mesut Oezil 53’, Alexander Lacazzete 74 ‘, Aaron Ramsey 90’, and Alexis Sanchez 90 ‘+ 5)
Everton: 1-Jordan Pickford, 6-Phil Jagielka, 5-Ashley Williams (26-Tom Davies 45 ‘), 4-Michael Keane, 17-Idrissa Gueye, 27-Nikola Vlasic, 18-Gylfi Sigurdsson, 3-Leighton Baines, 43-Jonjoe Kenny, 29-Dominic Calvert-Lewin (19-Oumar Niasse 75 ‘), 10-Wayne Rooney (31-Ademola Lookman 75’)
Coach: Ronald Koeman
Arsenal: 33-Petr Cech, 4-Per Mertesacker, 18-Nacho Monreal, 6-Laurent Koscielny, 29-Granit Xhaka, 8-Aaron Ramsey, 31-Sead Kolasinac, 24-Hector Bellerin, 7-Alexis Sanchez, 11-Mesut Ozil (Francis Coquelin 82 ‘), 9-Alexandre Lacazette (10-Jack Wilshere 77’)
Coach: Arsene Wenger
Referee: Craig Pawson