Following Everton’s 1–0 Victory Against Arsenal, Micheal Owen Reacts.
On Saturday, Everton defeated Arsenal, handing them their second loss in the Premier League.
It was Everton’s first victory in 11 games, which also demonstrates a significant improvement after Frank Lampard’s dismissal.
Sean Dyche, who replaced Lampard as manager last week, guided the Toffees to a crucial victory that allowed them to move up to 17th in the Premier League standings.
Everton was a much different team than it was when Frank Lampard took over a few weeks ago.
As his team fights relegation, James Tarkowski’s lone goal in the noontime match at Goodison Park should raise their spirits.
Owen remarked in reference to Premier League Productions,
Even as the top team in the world, going to Goodison Park is never easy. It’s always challenging to visit there.
“And when they perform like that, they rally the crowd, which can be extremely terrifying.
“Yes, I am aware that as an Arsenal supporter, you will be sad today, but remember that this is the Premier League, particularly when you play away from home.
“You have to have trust in Arsenal, but you also have to keep in mind that they won’t win every game this season. Despite being a good team, Everton is winning today.