That with the ‘new coach, sure success’, was fulfilled this Saturday at Goodison Park despite the fact that the previous one seemed really difficult. is Arsenal of Mikel Artetatough leader of this Premier League, suffered the aforementioned maximum made Sean Dychewho debuted on the bench of Everton replaced Frank Lampard, had a dream debut (1-0). A loner both of Tarkowski is the maker of Arsenalwhich didn’t look good at all, conceded what was his second defeat so far in the championship.
He didn’t win Everton an official match since far October and that incident led him to start the second round of Premier in the relegation places. Therefore, the forecasts indicated that the Arsenal he will take the three points back to London, but the truth is the ‘gunners’ have no goals and they don’t aim much.
What is the group led by? Arteta It was the ball, which reached 70% of the possession, but it was not as much as other times. The web woven by Sean Dyche in the depths of Evertonwith a line of five troops per defense forward of four, made the Odegaard, Xhaka and company is not comfortable at any time and the Arsenal accused him.
The match seemed headed for a tie for Everton It was good, but in the 60′, after a corner kick made by the wonderful left leg of McNeill took advantage of it Tarkowski to score with a powerful header. A good man can do nothing before himself. Aaron Ramsdalewhich in other actions is fine.
There is more than half an hour to play, but the Arsenal not so Arsenal like any other time and defeat is inevitable. In the final stage, there were even some idiots who showed the weakness of the ‘gunner’ by accepting defeat after which the City of Manchester It can be put 2 points behind Arteta. To do this, yes, he needs to win this Sunday in the field of Tottenham.
Source: La Verdad
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