A goal against his own center Rob Holding, in the 22nd minute, put the toffees in front of the scorer, but the Londoners responded to the 35, with Ivorian Nicolas Pépé restoring the equality at Goodison Park.
Colombian center Yerry Mina gave Everton another advantage in the 45th minute, securing the third victory followed by the team led by Carlo Ancelotti, who rose to second place with 26 points, five points away from leaders and rivals Liverpool, and one more than Tottenham, José Mourinho, who is on third and receives Leicester on Sunday.
Arsenal, who will face Benfica in the last 32 Europa League games in February, continue to have a painful performance in the Premier League, occupying 15th place, with 14 points, after adding the seventh game. followed without winning and registered the eighth loss in the competition.
The Gunners have as many losses as Fulham and West Brom, who are in the relegation zone, and are only passed in this chapter by red lantern Sheffield United, who take 12 losses.
In isolated lead, with 31 points, continues the defending champion Liverpool, who beaten 7-0 today during the visit to Crystal Palace, with goals from Takumi Minamino, in three minutes, Sadio Mané, in the 35th, Roberto Firmino, at 44th and 68, Jordan Henderson, 52, and Mohamed Salah, 81 and 84.
During his visit to Selhurst Park, Liverpool scored the biggest away victory of all time in the top flight, overcoming the 7-1 triumph over County Derby in 1990/91 in the English Premier Division of the era, which preceded the Premier League’, until 1992.
Manchester City are in sixth place, having won 1-0 against surprising Southampton, thanks to striker Raheem Sterling’s lone goal in the 16th minute, following a cross from Kevin de Bruyne, who had combined with Bernardo Silva.
City have 23 points, the same as Manchester United, which hosts Leeds on Sunday, and one short of Leicester and Southampton, fourth and fifth, respectively.