English Premier League match report Everton v Arsenal 07 April 2019

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The Gunners were desperate to claim three points after both Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea secured victories during the week.
 
It was the Toffees who got the break as early as the ninth minute, with veteran defender Phil Jagielka finishing at the far post.
 
The home side managed to carve out a couple half chance as they continued to dominate, as Dominic Calvert-Lewin did trouble the Gunners central pairing.
 
Everton enjoyed most of the ball in the remainder of the first half, but they were unable to test Bern Leno despite the best effort from Bernardo and Richarlison.
 
Unai Emery opted for a double change at the start of the second half as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Aaron Ramsey were brought on.
 
The Toffees should have extended their lead in the 59th minute through Benard, but the Brazilian failed to slot past Bernd Leno in the box after getting beyond the Gunners defence.
 
Despite the early substitutions by Emery, the Gunners continued to struggle in the final third as Everton shot-stopper barely had a save to make.
 
In the end, 1-0 was how the encounter ended as the Gunners miss out on moving third.