Everton shocked Arsenal to end their unbeaten streak

Ashley Williams’s headset in the final 86 minutes from 14 games unbeaten Arsenal and make Arsene Wenger’s side of the Premier League as Everton claimed a much-needed 2-1 victory on Tuesday.
Arsenal had to replace Chelsea’s temporary leaders in goal with a win and a 20-minute lead when Alexis Sanchez’s free kick was deflected off Williams.
But Seamus Coleman equalized with a 44th-minute header before Everton’s first Everton goal of his side’s last five games without a win and sent Ronald Koeman’s men to seventh in the standings.
“We showed two faces,” said manager Everton Koeman, who has defender Phil Jagielka during injury time, told BT Sport.
“First face, I hate to face it because it’s all about being nervous.You can not lose a game like that.
“It was a good game, because we showed how we had to play with commitment and aggression, you saw the audience’s reaction when you did it and that’s what we did.”
Arsenal manager Wenger said the game was “physical”.
“We faced many physical challenges and disrupted our game, but we were a bit less fortunate to lose too,” he said.
“At first they were a bit scared, but they were confident, we did not fight, I can not go wrong.”
Meanwhile, Leicester City champions descended to the ground after their 4-2 demolition at Manchester City, Marc Pugh Bournemouth’s goal a 1-0 win at Stadio Vitality.
Arsenal made only one change from a 3-1 win over Stoke City, right-back fit to replace injured defender Héctor Bellerín Shkodran Mustafi, and a 20-minute lead.
The goal came from a comedy error on the edge of the box when Ross Barkley of Everton lost possession, Williams fouled his team-mate Jagielka tripping Idrissa Gueye and Francis Coquelin.
– thumping header –
Sanchez sent a curling free kick towards Everton goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg and tried to clear the ball, Williams only managed to fend off his own net.
It was Sanchez’s 12th campaign effort, keeping him level with Chelsea’s Diego Costa in the Premier League’s top scorer.
Leighton Baines curled with his right foot to the far post from the left side and Coleman biting between Laurent Koscielny and Nacho Monreal to glance a tense header past Petr Cech.
Mesut Ozil denied a good chance to restore Arsenal’s lead early in the second half, a craving shot over Sanchez’s crossbar, while Barkley widened at the other end.
The noise level increased as the game progressed and with four minutes to play Everton hit the winner, Williams flew at the far post to send a thumping header past Cech from Barkley’s corner.
Everton Jagielka was sent off after he got a second yellow card, but the hosts held him despite a landslide that saw Arsenal substitute Alex Iwobi get a shot blocked on the line.
It is Arsenal’s first defeat since they lost 4-3 to Liverpool on opening day of the season and means they will reach six points if Chelsea win at bottom club Sunderland on Wednesday.
Leicester remain without a back-to-back win this season after beating Bournemouth – their eighth campaign – keeping them 14th, just four points above the relegation zone.
Pugh marked his first start of the season with the only goal in the game, slamming home a rebound after Leicester goalkeeper Ron-Robert Zieler was saved from Hell Benic in the 34th minute.
Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth jumped to eighth, nine points from the bottom three.