Tomiyasu was the pick of a poor group as Ramsdale had no chance to score and Partey was woeful in midfield.

ARSENAL squandered their lead against Everton when Demarai Gray scored the winning goal in injury time.

Martin Odegaard broke the deadlock in the first half after Kieran Tierney picked him professionally.

Arsenal take the lead thanks to Martin Odegaard's opening goal


Arsenal take the lead thanks to Martin Odegaard’s opening goalCredit: Reuters

But the story is only about Richarlison.

The Brazilian had two goals ruled out for a very tight offside by VAR.

But it wasn’t until the third question that his header was allowed to stand.

Gray Lobster picked up the ball on the left wing, cut in and launched a dangerous cut to the far corner of the goal, causing the Gunners to concede a goal.

Here’s how SunSport’s Joshua Jones rates Mikel Arteta’s men…

Aaron Ramsdale – 7

This is a battle of two goalkeepers with ambitions to reach England’s midfield at next year’s World Cup.

He was first called into any notable action early in the second half as he kept his wits about sending the ball over the bar.

Nothing more could be done in the equalizer – sent the ball over the crossbar before Richarlison headed … on the field this time.

And then there was no chance with Gray’s stunning goal but a brilliant save to deny Alex Iwobi in the final seconds.

Takehiro Tomiyasu – 7

The attacking right-back continues to impress at either end of the field.

Fortunately, he survived without further injury but a cut to his chin after Ben Godfrey lowered a nail into his body.

And luck again as he seemed knocked off balance to play Richarlison inside – but reviews bailed him out.

However, more could have been done to prevent Gray from cutting inside for the winner.

Aaron Ramsdale certainly enjoyed Odegaard's opening goal and could not be faulted for Everton's attacks


Aaron Ramsdale certainly enjoyed Odegaard’s opening goal and could not be faulted for Everton’s attacksCredit: Getty

Ben White – 5

90 minutes is relatively composed in the mind of the following four, with a few moments of slight anxiety.

Helped Everton to limit a statistically significant shot on target until the 79th minute but then failed to close in on the Gray Lobster when he shot from close range.

Gabriel – 5

Another show of command, unifying his defense.

Enjoyed a free kick that Richarlison headed – but earned a favor when VAR ruled it out. And then again the man at the center of an offside in the second half.

There was a free header behind the post but his effort bounced back to a grateful Jordan Pickford who then felt the full extent of Goodison’s fury after some blatant waste of time.

Kieran Tierney – 7

Sent forward Nuno Tavares but fell short of his typical dazzling form in the Merseyside rain, losing Richarlison to an offside header.

But he showed exactly what he had to offer up front with a perfect-inch cross to break the deadlock by picking Odegaard out.

Played 20 minutes into the second half before being substituted for Tavares.

Thomas Partey – 4

It said something about Arsenal’s performance that the well-flying Ghanaian’s 30-meter speculative effort was their only shot in front of goal.

An overly quiet game for Partey, who contributed very little throughout and was sometimes overwhelmed in the midfield.

Made a critical intercept in his area to clear his way when the Toffees threatened but overall a poor performance.

Xhaka Granite – 6

It was a shock from the start at Goodison Park, a month ahead of schedule after suffering a knee injury against Spurs in September.

Xhaka proved a solid presence in midfield alongside Partey in Arteta’s number one choice pairing.

However, don’t be afraid. Get his usual yellow card where he left off for a blatant ride.

Bukayo Saka – 6

Has made a good start as has regularly tried to extend Godfrey.

But then the Everton left-back left a goal for him, prompting the England star to get treatment and knocking his confidence down.

It was a similar story early in the second half, this time Godfrey was booked for his latest nasty challenge before a nice end to the game.

Martin Odegaard – 7

Emile Smith Rowe was knocked out by a hit, paving the way for Odegaard to start as number 10.

In the second minute of stoppage time, he edged the ball into a hole in the Everton penalty area to hang onto Kierney’s center and hit the bottom corner in his second game in as many games – although the shot missed the tube. his feet.

Had a great chance to take all three points in stoppage time but was cut in and lost too long as his shot was well saved.

Odegaard has a masterful shot from the middle of the box into the bottom corner


Odegaard has a masterful shot from the middle of the box into the bottom cornerCredit: Reuters

Gabriel Martinelli – 7

As a runner wins throughout, often moving in focus to support his striker with Tierney providing width, like for goal.

His selfless run distracted the defenders, creating space in the area for Odegaard to score.

Limping after going down with 20 minutes left.

Alexandre Lacazette – 5

Leading the team and leading the team, Lacazette was given the captain’s armband, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

But for a man trying to play for a new contract, it’s hardly relevant the truth – though not helped by a lack of service.


Nuno Tavares (for Tierney, 65 minutes) – 4

Being hit with an ankle challenge left him in obvious pain then a few minutes later was unable to track Richarlison, who hit his head.

Eddie Nketiah (for Martinelli 71 minutes) – 3

Is his Arsenal future completely unprofitable when he misses a shocking header from part of the pitch – somehow heading back instead of Saka’s cross.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (for Lacazette, 85 minutes) – 4

Get on the field for the last few minutes and make his lines with the last kick of the game. Tomiyasu was the pick of a poor group as Ramsdale had no chance to score and Partey was woeful in midfield.


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