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Everton 2-1 Arsenal : Arsenal Day Of Broken Records

Everton rises above their Watford slumbers of the weekend to grant Arsene Wenger a sweet night of broken records at Goodison Park.

Everton came from had to come from behind yesterday, staging a very good performance against the in form Arsenal side, taking all three points with a 2-1 win. Arsenal never lost a premier League game on Tuesday since 2006 and an unbeaten away record in all competitions since around March all got smashed by Everton who are just trying to get back their winning  Shoes in over 10 games.

Arsenal has had some incredible form of recent, nailing West Ham United, Basel and Stoke, each with a marginal and over 2.5 goals for the Arsenal Side. Arsenal started out with an early goal by Alexis Sanchez who from his deflected free kick gave the Gunners an early goal advantage just 20 minutes into the game.

Everton side struggled a bit to get their game at incision, but their Composure was attained and before the first 45 was over, the game was leveled by Seamus Coleman's header.

The second 45 was mostly leveled in all ramifications, as Arsenal failed to build on their early goal, with only one shot on target throughout the match. The 86 minute goal by Ashley Williams was a good signal the Gunners were losing their Unbeaten run, heading home the winning header, the Blues supported loudly by the Fans will agree with me, it was a good day in a long while.

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