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    Coming from behind first, Arsenal managed to beat visitors Everton 2-1. Two goals that marked his comeback by the Gunners packaged and Laurent Koscielny Andrey Arshavin.

    Arsenal host Everton at the Emirates on Wednesday (02/01/2011) . The hosts had missed the 0-1 goal by Louis Saha in the mid-first half.

    The Gunner managed to catch up and scored two goals through Andrey Arshavin and Laurent Koscielny in the second half.

    This victory makes the collection points, Arsenal is now 49 and still be ranked second. Meanwhile, Everton is at number 14 with points 27.

    The game

    Arsene Wenger's men pressing defense guest. However, the host attempts have not lead to score. Theo Walcott kick in the 22nd minute can still be saved goalkeeper Tim Howard.

    In the midst of incessant attacks Arsenal, Everton managed to score just prior lweat Louis Saha scored in the 24th minute. The feed from Seamus Coleman successfully exploited numbered back eight players to break Arsenal's goal. Arsenal players protested the referee for Saha offside position, and the ball on the back of the Arsenal players.

    Everton opportunity to add a goal back six minutes into the gap. Receiving the ball from Leighton Baines, Diniyar Bilyaletdinov in the penalty box off a shot that could be defeated Wojciech Szczesny.

    Miss a single goal, Arsenal immediately press so the second round begins. There were four times as the Gunners attack being waged in the first interval of 15 minutes after the restart.

    Robin Van Persie kick from outside the penalty box in the 55th minute can still be defeated Howard. Meanwhile header Abou Diaby and Tomas Rosicky made the experiments still deviated from the target.

    Arsene Wenger decision has played Andrey Arshavin got a sweet fruit. The player who replaces Tomas Rosicky had managed to break Everton's goal in the 70th minute or eight minutes after the Russian players entered the field.

    Receiving feedback from Cesc Fabregas, Arshavin finish with close range shot which failed dammed by Tim Howard.

    Goal! Arsenal turned excel when the game leaves a quarter of an hour. The feed from Robin van Persie managed by Laurent Koscielny headlong to bring the North London team to lead 2-1.

    Team Line-up:

    Arsenal: Szczesny; Koscielny, Djourou, Clichy, Sagna, Wilshere (Bendtner 69 '), Song (Diaby 46), Rosicky (Arshavin 62'), Fabregas, Walcott, Van Persie

    Everton: Howard; Distin, Heitinga, Baines, P. Neville (Jagielka 78 '), Fellaini, Arteta, Rodwell, Bilyaletdinov (Osman 65'), Coleman (Anichibe 78 '), Saha


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