ARSENAL FAIL TO DEFEND THEIR HOME RECORD AGAINST THE TOFFEES

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Arsenal goalkeeper Bernard Leno’s own goal helped Everton crush their host Arsenal a 1-0 full time score at Emirates stadium yesterday night: the own goal compounds miserable week for under-fire Gunners.

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Everton secured their first premier league win at emirates stadium  since January 1996.

Lenos disastrous own goal moved Everton to the top of arsenal to position 8 leaving the hailing arsenal at 9th position in the premier league table.

The win ended a 25 year old thirst wait for Everton’s win against arsenal at their homeground emirates stadium.

 After Bernard’s calamitous own goal, Everton secured a 1-0 victory at emirates stadium ahead of supporters protest which was going on just by the walls of emirates stadium

Richarlison’s cross flashed through the Arsenal goalkeeper’s legs with 14 minutes remaining as a tumultuous week at Arsenal – which began with the club’s intention to join a European Super League – ended in a home defeat.

The hosts thought they had been awarded a second-half penalty when Dani Ceballos was fouled by Richarlison, but Nicolas Pepe was deemed offside in the build-up upon VAR review.

Written by Gideon Kipkorir.

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