In 17th minutes of Premier League Matchday 33 clash between Arsenal and Everton, Bukayo Saka was denied a goal, which seems to be a golden chance to have propelled the Gunners ahead of Everton.
The versatile attacker, who regarded as Arsenal’s best player so far this season, failed to trouble Jordan Pickford with snapshot despite his side created a serious chance in the 17th minutes of the game.
Meanwhile, Mikel Arteta’s men suffered home defeat to The Toffees, as an own-goal from Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno handed Carlo Ancelotti’s Everton a first win in seven games.
The German stopper Leno turned a Richarlison cross into his own goal in the 76th minute to give the Toffees a welcome 1-0 victory as they chase a place in Europe next season.
The Gunners made bright start to the game, had plenty of chances especially in the second-half but they failed to broken the deadlock.
Even a penalty decision reversed by VAR before an own goal by keeper Bernd Leno gifted the visitors the three points as the Gunners lost for the seventh time at home in the league this season.
On the other hand, In the hours before the game, thousands of Gunners Fans gathered outside the Emirates Stadium to protest Stan Kroenke’s ownership. Flares and signs were abundant, and the chants impassioned. One thing is for certain, they made their voices heard.