Arsenal faced Everton at Goodison park yesterday for the last match of game week 15 which was played on Monday night.Everton started well after Richarlson gave them an early lead which was later denied by the VAR team.Arsenal improved their play and scored in the 45th minute after a sumptuous cross by Keiran Tierney was converted by Norwegian Star Martin Odegaard.Everton scored again in the first 10 mins of the second half but Richarlson goal was denied again by the VAR as an offside goal.He scored 10 minutes later to equalise the scores.Everton played well after the equaliser and scored a winning goal in a spectacular manner through England Sensation Damarai Gray.Arsenal fans blasted their two african stars after another poor performance under the belt.Peirre Emerick Aubameyang and new club signing Thomas party failed to impress again for the gunners as the two played an awful match against the Merseyside side.One of Arsenal Irritated fan illustrated that both of them should be sent to AFCON and stop playing for their mighty club.
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