Bukayo Saka celebrates scoring for Arsenal

League leaders Arsenal yesterday opened a five-point gap at the top of the Premier League table after a 4-0 win over Everton at Emirates Stadium.

Arsenal strengthened their quest for the Premier League title with a comfortable 4-0 win over Everton. Bukayo Saka opened the scoring after being set up beautifully by Zichenko with a powerful strike past a rushing Pickford. Minutes later, Everton midfielder Gana Gueye was caught in possession by Saka, who laid it off to Martinelli to double things before the break. The goal was deemed to be offside, but after VAR review, it was given.

In the second half, Thomas Partey replaced Jorginho, and Arsenal dominated the game. Martin Odegaard scored the third goal to finish off the game, while Gabriel Martinelli scored his second of the game and Arsenal scored the fourth.

Mikel Arteta was happy with Arsenal’s display. “I’m really happy,” said Arteta afterwards. “It was the game that we had in hand against an opponent that we knew was going to make life really difficult for us.” “We experienced that at Goodison,” he said.


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