LIVERPOOL, England: Mikel Artetas woes deepened when Arsenal was beaten by Everton 2-1 to go seven games without a win in the English Premier League as he marked a year in charge of the London club on Saturday.
While Arsenal dropped to 15th, Everton which Arteta played for like Arsenal is up to second after a third win in eight days.
Everton scored from only one shot on target as Rob Holdings own goal opener was followed after Nicolas Pepes equalizing penalty by Yerry Minas header on the stroke of halftime.
Arsenal was not helped by the absence of top scorer Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang with a tight calf but the visitors conceded possession from the off and lacked any intensity or desire to break up their opponents play.
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