EPL: Mikel Arteta makes history after Arsenal’s defeat to Everton


Arsenal head coach, Mikel Arteta, on Saturday afternoon made history following his side’s Premier League 1-0 defeat to Everton.

Arteta watched as Everton defeated Arsenal at Goodison Park, following James Tarkowski’s only goal of the match.

The outcome of the match against Everton means Arteta has lost all three of his away matches against the Toffees in his managerial career, according to OptaJoe.

The Spaniard is the first Arsenal manager to lose three consecutive Premier League away games against Everton.

Speaking at his post-match press conference, Arteta admitted that Everton were really good against the Gunners.

Arteta said, “Well, I think Everton were really good. We have to congratulate them first for how they have turned things around and I think they made it difficult to win the game because they were really efficient.”

Arteta’s side will now face Brentford in their next Premier League tie on February 11 at Emirates Stadium.

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