Arsenal 4-0 Everton - Premier League and FA Cup Highlights

Arsenal 4-0 Everton - Premier League and FA Cup Highlights


Arsenal 40 Everton Southampton 12 Grimsby Premier League and FA Cup

Arsenal have won their second game in a row and now sit five points clear atop the table. It promises to be an exciting evening at the Emirates that will surely go down as one of the highlights of this remarkable season.

The hosts are playing with plenty of confidence and it appears they have the structure in place to win big games. Everton are only two points behind them in the league standings and face a challenging slate of fixtures ahead.

First Half

Arsenal moved further ahead in the Premier League with a 4-0 victory against Everton that put them five points clear of second-place Manchester City. Liverpool, meanwhile, avenged their 3-0 defeat to Wolves to remain just six points behind Tottenham in fourth place.

In the FA Cup, fourth-division Grimsby shocked top-flight Southampton by beating them 2-1 to reach the quarterfinals for the first time since 1939. Goals from two penalties by Gavan Holohan gave the Mariners an unexpected win.

At a stunning start to the game, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg made an error and allowed Ismaila Coulibaly into goal with just moments remaining. After taking time to compose himself, Coulibaly fired wide of the left post from only a few yards out in what should have been an exciting Spurs victory.

After the break, United looked to take the lead but Casemiro's header was disqualified for offside before Nayef Aguerd headed home his own goal in the 77th minute. It was a disappointing outcome for Ten Hag's side as they now must travel to relegation-threatened Wolves on Saturday in the league and are the only team with home fixtures remaining in quarterfinals - against Arsenal.

Southampton were left to rue a series of errors as they fell behind to Holohan's double penalty-kick strike. Lyanco and Duje Caleta-Car both gave away penalty kicks, while Theo Walcott was denied an equaliser by VAR.

However, the home side began to create chances as Theo Walcott missed a shot just wide and Ryan Taylor hit one from 25 yards that bucked up just past the keeper's left-hand post. In the dying minutes, Theo Walcott had another opportunity to score but it was disallowed for offside.

But that wasn't the only surprise of the night as Southampton couldn't break through Grimsby's defense and Caleta-Car also missed a corner kick as Grimsby claimed victory by an odd goal. This game came as such a shock to football, yet delighted Grimsby fans are already looking forward to the next round.

Second Half

English football has seen plenty of legendary upsets, some even going down in history. One such case is when League Two side Crawley Town stunned top-flight Leeds United with a stunning 3-0 victory at Bootham Crescent.

Oldham's shocking defeat of Liverpool in the fourth round of the FA Cup proved that non-league clubs can still deliver impressive wins. Led by amateur players, Oldham managed to escape relegation from Premier League by pulling off an incredible comeback victory.

Another unforgettable FA Cup triumph for Coventry was their 1-0 victory against Third Division outfit Sutton at the iPro Stadium in 1989, which would go down in club's history books as one of its greatest victories.

On a night of high drama, Southampton found themselves trailing 1-0 after Mark Caleta-Car's goal had been disallowed by the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) minutes after halftime. But soon enough, Ward-Prowse struck from close range to bring them level.

However, Grimsby soon took control of the game when Orsi was sent off for a second bookable offence after an altercation with Caleta-Car. A mistake from goalkeeper Joe McCarthy then allowed Holohan to score another penalty kick, this time rolling it down the middle and then whipping it across goal to double their advantage.

Meanwhile, the Premier League was in full swing as Arsenal continued their title bid with a comprehensive win against Everton at Emirates Stadium. The result puts Arsenal five points clear of Manchester City in the race for the title; Everton must now win their next three matches to catch up.

That may seem like a tall order, but it appears achievable. VAVEL USA will be providing live updates, news updates and more from the match right here!

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Third Half

After their disappointing 1-0 loss to Everton in October, Arsenal has since rebounded with four consecutive Premier League wins. With five points in hand, they appear poised to challenge Manchester City for the title.

It has been an exciting week in the FA Cup, with top-flight sides facing some tough tests in the last 16. Read on to find out more! The draw for round three takes place on Monday, November 28.

Tottenham's hopes of winning a trophy were dashed after their shocking loss to second-tier Sheffield United, while Arsenal thrashed Everton 4-0 at the Emirates Stadium. Additionally, Grimsby Town shocked Premier League Southampton 2-1 in the FA Cup quarter-finals and fourth-tier Scarborough upset Chelsea 4-3 on aggregate.

The FA Cup is a competition that often produces surprises, and the last eight rounds can be particularly difficult to predict. It offers fans an incredible opportunity to witness some of the country's top players in action and cheer on their favorite team with passion and abandon. It truly makes watching The FA Cup worthwhile - don't miss out!

Richarlison's rare start was cut short when the Brazilian missed an opportunity to strike first after beating the offside trap and failing to get a clear shot on goal. Later on in the game, however, Hojbjerg found himself clutching his shin after an aggressive challenge from Richarlison that didn't warrant a VAR penalty.

Fulham are on a roll after their relegation crisis, with two wins in six matches to date. Their impressive form has seen them move up to 14th in the table and they will be eager to continue this good form when they host Leeds on Tuesday night.

Liverpool have put the pressure on rival Spurs by knocking them out of the race for top four positions - they are now just one point behind them with a tough trip to Everton coming up next weekend.

Fourth Half

Arsenal have taken a commanding five-point lead at the top of the Premier League after their stunning win against Everton. Under Unai Emery, his side produced their best performance yet and now face Villa, who could still secure a place in the top four should Tottenham lose to Newcastle.

Meanwhile, League Two side Grimsby stunned Southampton with a 2-1 victory in their fifth-round encounter of the FA Cup. This marked the first time any side had eliminated a Premier League team from this competition within one campaign.

Gavan Holohan gave the Mariners a two-goal advantage before halftime, after Lyanco and Duje Caleta-Car gave away penalties. Saka then caused more havoc in first-half stoppage time with Idrissa Gueye lazily advancing forward before sending Martinelli through to score against Jordan Pickford.

Caleta-Car's penalty has cut the Saints' deficit in half, but this game could still go either way. With six minutes remaining and plenty of time for a late goal to come from anywhere in the field, anything is possible.

Unfortunately for Liverpool, Vitinha's late strike against Fleetwood may have ensured they will miss out on a place in the last eight. But this could prove to be an important moment for Jurgen Klopp and his side as they aim to secure another top-four finish this season.

This will be a test for the Reds, and we can only wonder how they'll perform in those last 20 minutes. Fortunately, we won't know for sure until kickoff!

Everton are back on track in the Premier League after scoring a third goal against Norwich through Mirallas' tap-in. It's an encouraging start for the Toffees without Roberto Martinez, but they must improve after their loss to Sunderland on Wednesday.

Let's see how things unfold in the second half, which begins at 8 pm ET. We'll provide live updates and reaction throughout the evening.

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