Arsenal beat Everton in today’s early kickoff in a game that saw both sets of fans vent their frustrations.
The Toffees are annoyed with their home record, where they have let in more than any other team in the Premier League, even Aston Villa, and pressure on Roberto Martinez has returned.
Meanwhile, the Gunners fans held up a banner at the end of the match calling for Arsene Wenger’s resignation, despite the 2-0 win.
Alex Iwobi and Danny Welbeck scored the two goals for their side in what was an efficient performance from Wenger’s men.
Here’s how Twitter reacted to Arsenal’s win.
— Dan Ranson (@danranson_) March 19, 2016
If we continue to put in solid performances like that, we might well have a chance #EFCvAFC
— GoonerGirl (@Gooner8Girl) March 19, 2016
The Gunners opened the scoring with a lovely team goal in which Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil combined to set up Welbeck, with the goal getting a lot of attention on social media.
Welbeck’s goal summed up in a pool dunk…
— BreatheSport (@BreatheSport) March 19, 2016
Superb team goal, brilliantly finished by Welbeck. #afc
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) March 19, 2016
Iwobi was making his first Premier League start and marked it in the best way possible.
The tweeters of Britain desperately trying to think up a good Iwobi-Wan Kenobi pun #EVEARS
— Richard Osman (@richardosman) March 19, 2016
Iwobi lad.. Massive week for him. Gave a fantastic performance at Camp Nou and today he starts again. Way to go young lad.
— Sir Jenkinson (@theEpicGooner) March 19, 2016
The manner of the defeat didn’t sit well with Everton fans as they lost at Goodison Park once again.
— Paul Ellis (@Paul_Ellis147) March 19, 2016
— Steviemac (@steviemac2010) March 19, 2016
— Andy Mac (@mackalicky) March 19, 2016
Arsenal fans were also not in a particularly happy mood.
— Farcenal FC! (@franksav63) March 19, 2016
That guy with the banner is a legend! Well done 👏 #Wengerout
— Dithering Wenger (@DitheringWenger) March 19, 2016
Finally,Sanchez grabbed some attention when he ended up in the crowd.
— Spreadex (@spreadexsports) March 19, 2016
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