Read latest Sports News for today


today sports news | football

Watch: Late Demarai Gray show gives Everton 2-1 win over Arsenal

  • Dec 07, 2021
  • pitchhigh
  • 404
As a result, Arsenal finished 7th with 23 points in 15 games and 4 points behind the top four. Meanwhile, Everton, who announced on Sunday that the director of football Marcel Brands has abandoned his place, scored 12 points with 18 points.

Everton eased some of the pressure on manager Rafa Benitez when he scored a 2-1 home victory over Arsenal in the Premier League on Monday, and Demari Gray scored a surprise goal in the injured time after setting the equalizer. Brazilian striker Richardson, who scored two important offside goals after controlling VAR, had to cancel the first half of visitor Martin Ødegaard after hitting the crossbar in the 79th minute.



As a result, Arsenal finished 7th with 23 points in 15 games and 4 points behind the top four. Meanwhile, Everton, who announced on Sunday that the director of football Marcel Brands has abandoned his place, scored 12 points with 18 points.

Everton captain Séamus Coleman sang Gray's stunning performance, praised by local fans who fell behind in adversity. "We know everything that's happening behind the scenes. Fans are always there to support us," Coleman told Sky Sports. "They followed us from 1 to 90 minutes and made us line up.

"He (gray) talks to him every day. Sometimes these players don't understand how good they are. There are many possibilities for him. He's like the best player every day. You have to work hard. "They did it this week. .. ""

Everton dominated the first half and Richardson scored a free kick 44 minutes from Andros Townsend, creating several opportunities before he could only win his efforts. Later, when Norwegian Odegor scored at the end of the first half of Arsenal's first decisive move and met the end of Kieran Tierney's cross from the left, he brilliantly led the ball over goalkeeper Jordan Pickford bottom.

Richardson thought he had caught up with the tie when he threw the ball from close range to the near post in the 57th minute, but VAR stopped Everton again and couldn't believe the Brazilian nod. However, it was Richardson's third lucky defeat of Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale with a rebound ball twist header. Gray's long range shooting left the forest, creating an insane climax.

With some of the loot, Gray cut two players, defeated Ramsdale with a 25-meter lightning bolt, and gave Everton his first league victory in nine games.


For more latest news to visit here - PITCHHIGH

GET IN TOUCH