Everton claimed their third successive win in the Premier League after a controlled performance over Arsenal at Goodison Park.
The Toffees scored the game’s only goal early on through Phil Jagielka, who was a late inclusion in Everton’s starting line-up, after Michael Keane withdrew through illness.
Following a long throw from Lucas Digne, Jagielka headed the ball on to Dominic Calvert-Lewin, whose goal-bound effort was saved by goalkeeper Bernd Leno, only for Jagielka to turn it in from close range.
Everton’s recent run of form has done well to quell the negativity from a small minority of Everton fans who had perceived Marco Silva’s reign as manager would soon come to an end.
The Portuguese boss followed up on victories over Chelsea and West Ham with another fine performance, with his players hungry and determined to impress.
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