Everton suffered yet another setback as they lost to a rejuvenated Arsenal team at Goodison Park on Sunday afternoon, according to BBC Sports. However, it was Wayne Rooney that opened the scoring in the twelfth minute to put Everton ahead. Afterward, Arsenal's goal-scoring spree began when center-back Nacho Monreal struck home the equalizer in the 40th minute before Mesut Ozil (53'), Alexandre Lacazette (74'), Aaron Ramsey (90'), and Alexis Sánchez (90+4') all increased the goal difference for the Gunners. It was an unacceptable result for Everton manager Ronald Koeman, whose job is now on the brink, having lost previous games as well.

In the post match interview, Koeman said: "the rumors about my position are normal. The team is underperforming." With this outcome, Everton drops to the eighteenth spot with eight points, while Arsenal is fifth with 15 points. Here's a summary of the match.

Everton outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Jordan Pickford (7.42). Defender - Michael Keane (six points), Phil Jagielka (5.63), Ashley Williams (5.84). Midfielder - Idrissa Gueye (five points), Jonjoe Kenny (six points), Nikola Vlasic (6.18), Gylfi Sigurdsson (six points), Leighton Baines (6.29). Forward - Wayne Rooney (7.31), Dominic Calvert-Lewin (seven points). Used substitutes - Oumar Niasse (6.84), Ademola Lookman (5.93), Tom Davies (6.09).

Team's strength and weakness: The Toffees were effective at setting up goal bound opportunities through individual effort and long shot situations. However, they were aggressive in tackling and lost possession often.

Style of play: Everton attacked through the right side.

Arsenal outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Petr Cech (4.80).

Defender - Laurent Koscielny (6.90), Per Mertesacker (6.42), Nacho Monreal (eight points). Midfielder - Héctor Bellerín (7.32), Sead Kolasinac (6.62), Granit Xhaka (7.08), Aaron Ramsey (8.68), Mesut Özil (8.71). Forward - Alexandre Lacazette (7.60). Used substitutes - Francis Coquelin (6.05), Jack Wilshere (6.70).

Team's strength and weakness: The Gunners created chances in front of goal through individual efforts, from both flanks and set pieces.

In addition to these, they were fantastic at finishing but gave away fouls within their half and committed a high number of individual stumbles.

Style of play: Arsene Wenger's side attacked through the middle and largely dominated play in the encounter.

Man of the Match

Alexis Sánchez played very well for Arsenal. Sánchez contributions in the attack proved to be sufficient. Furthermore, the Chile international scored a goal and provided an assist. Overall, he had 75 touches in the match.

Both teams' week 10 fixtures

Arsenal will return to home action when they take on Swansea on Saturday 28 October. The following day, Leicester City and Everton slog it out at the King Power Stadium.