A resilient Arsenal dug deep and got a valuable 3-2 win over Everton at Emirates Stadium on Sunday to move themselves up to ninth in the table, just four points behind fifth-placed Manchester United.

This is the first time since August that the Gunners has managed to conjure up consecutive wins in the Premier League, which shows how well this project under Mikel Arteta is running.

A brace from captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and a goal from Eddie Nketiah was enough for the home side to see off the Toffees. The away side got their goals through Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Richarlison.

Coming back to the start of the game, Everton took the lead in the first minute when Calvert-Lewin’s bicycle kick went into the back of the net following a set-piece.

Arsenal equalised just before the half-hour mark when Bukayo Saka’s excellent cross was converted Nketiah.

The game was turned around six minutes later when David Luiz picked out Aubameyang with an exquisite through ball. The latter didn’t make any mistake and slotted his effort into the far corner.

The visitors kept playing their game though and got an equaliser in stoppage time of the first half when Richarlison bundled in his effort after another set-piece muddle in the Arsenal box.

Arteta’s men regained their lead just after half-time when Nicolas Pepe’s inch-perfect cross was headed in by Aubameyang.

Thereafter, Everton had chances to level things up again, but they couldn’t.

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