VAR played a major role but Arsenal still suffer defeat against Everton as they lost 2-1 result which two of Richarlison goal was ruled out, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
The match started off with both teams taking control of things as they pushed forward hoping to make something happen.
Arsenal were in control of the ball possession with them getting more of the opportunity going forward but were unable to make it happen as early as possible.
Everton maintained a good control of the defense while they make sure nothing get past them with so much work doing at back as they also did create some little troubles for the home side.
Richarlison thought he gave his side the lead after scoring in the 44th minute of the first half which was ruled out by VAR after reviewing by the referee.
The Gunners took the lead with a goal scored in the 45th minute plus additional time after a good teamwork effort saw Martin Oedegaard scored to make it 0-1.
The first half of the encounter ended with Arsenal taking a 0-1 lead against Everton after an amazing 45 minutes played between the two teams.
Second Half Report
The second half started good once again for both teams who pushed on looking to make something happen as the Toffees were more vigilant going forward.
Everton were denied once again after Richarlison leveled things in the 58th minute of the second half only for VAR to rule it out like it did in the first half.
Arsenal continued the game with their advantage thanks to VAR who sparred them the torture of conceding in the encounter twice in both halves.
Both teams couldn’t do anything to change the scoreline as it remained in favor of the Gunners who continued as the better between both teams as they approached the 70th minute.
Richardson finally scored the goal which stayed in the 80th minute after he headed in a rebound which went past Aaron Ramsdale to make things level 1-1.
Another late goal from Demarai Gray in the 90th minute plus additional time saw the scoreline turned 2-1 after another good work which Andre Gomes provided the assist.
The match came to an end with Everton 2-1 Arsenal as the Toffees sealed a comeback despite VAR ruling out two of their goals scored by Richarlison in the encounter.
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