Highlights

  • Richarlison scored the only goal for Everton.
  • Spurs' Son Heung-min's scored 2 goals.
  • Arsenal are now placed fourth in the points table.

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With 63 points from 34 games, the Gunners are now placed fourth, ahead of the Spurs in the points table.

On a thrilling Sunday, Everton, Tottenham and Arsenal won their respective matches in the Premier League to win important points. While Everton stunned Chelsea 1-0 and Tottenham thrashed Leicester City 3-1, Arsenal beat West Ham 2-1.

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The first half of the match between Everton and Chelsea remained goalless. Brazilian forward Richarlison scored the only goal of the match for Everton in the 47th minute.

In another match between Tottenham and Leicester City, Harry Kane scored the opener in the first half for Spurs before Son Heung-min's double in the 60th and 79th mins. Son now has 19 league goals this season.

In the third match of the day, Arsenal won against West Ham 2-1. Rob Holding opened the scoring for the Gunners in the 39th minutes before the Hammers' Jarrod Bowen equalised the score. Magalhaes Gabriel scored the second in the 54th mins.

With 63 points from 34 games, the Gunners are now placed fourth, ahead of the Spurs in the points table and with this win, Everton has kept their hopes alive of a Premier League survival.

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