Bukayo Saka made an impressive entrance as he had an assist in Arsenal’s 3-2 comeback win against Everton in a thrilling Premier League game at the Emirates, Completesports.com reports.
Also in action for Everton former Arsenal forward Alex Iwobi who came off for Bernard in the 60th minute.
Saka who replaced the injured Sead Kolasinac on 19 minutes provided the assist for Arsenal’s equaliser, sending in a superb cross for Eddie Nketiah to slot home.
It was his 10th assist in all competitions this season, most of any current teenage Premier League player.
Everton got off to the perfect start in the 1st minute with Dominic Calvert-Lewin, taking advantage of a slack defending from the Arsenal backline from setpiece to acrobatically slam the ball home.
After Nketiah’s equaliser Arsenal went 2-1 up on 33 minutes through Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang who ran on to David Luiz’s pass and neatly place his effort into the far corner.
But in the fourth minute of first half added time, Richarlison scored to end the half 2-2 from another setpiece.
And just 24 seconds into the restart Aubameyang got his second and Arsenal’s third with a superb header from Nicolas Pepe’s cross.
Arsenal have now stretched their unbeaten Premier League run to seven games and are yet to lose in 2020.
Also, they are now unbeaten in their last 24 home Premier League games against Everton (W20 D4) since a 2-1 defeat in January 1996 at Highbury under Bruce Rioch.
The win took them to ninth on 37 points and seven points away from fourth position in the league table.
The North London club won three games in seven days, two in the league and in the Europa.
Last weekend they thrashed Newcastle United 4-0 at the Emirates before pipping Olympiakos 1-0 away on Thursday, before wrapping it up with the win against Everton.
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