Arsenal were victorious at Goodison Park with a 2-5 win over a lacklustre Everton side.
Everton vs Arsenal
Two managers under pressure will face off on Sunday afternoon as Arsenal travel to Goodison Park.
With talk of the top teams of the Premier League getting stronger and widening the gap from those further down the table, alarm bells must be ringing at Goodison Park. After a less than savoury start – placing Everton just three points above the dreaded relegation zone – Koeman’s future is under severe scrutiny.
Brighton and Everton battled it out to take a point each away from their clash at the Amex Stadium on Sunday.
Brighton & Hove Albion vs. Everton
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Brighton & Hove Albion host Everton on Sunday at the AMEX, with Chris Hughton looking to build on two successive home league victories at the expense of increasing pressure on his counterpart Ronald Koeman.
Everton spent big this summer transfer window – armed with the cash freed up by the departure of Romelu Lukaku to Manchester United for a reported €84.7m, Ronald Koeman went all out to sign some of the most promising players on the market to reshape his squad.
A superb defensive performance from James Tarkowski on his 200th league appearance helped Burnley to a 1-0 victory over Everton at Goodison Park.