• Ashley Williams delivers Everton's first win since October.
  • Arsenal lose first league game since opening day despite Alexis Sanchez opener.
  • Seamus Coleman headed equaliser on the stroke of half-time.
  • Phil Jagielka sent off in stoppage time and misses Merseyside derby.
  • Bournemouth into eighth after overcoming Leicester via Marc Pugh goal.
  • Eight Premier League matches scheduled for Wednesday [14 December].
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Another stunning dose of Premier League football with two relative surprise results. Arsenal fail to go top as they lose to Everton, while Bournemouth beat champions Leicester.

That is all we have time for tonight, we're back tomorrow with eight more matches from the English top flight. Until next time, goodbye.


Full time: Everton 2-1 Arsenal

An unbelievable finale at Goodison Park but Everton hold out, and even should have scored at the end as Petr Cech ran back into his own goal after going forward for the final minute. Arsenal are beaten for the first time since the opening day. Ashley Williams' header did it and the Toffees have their first win since 30 October.


How are Arsenal not level? Everton not once but twice clear the ball off the line in stoppage time. Baines cleared the second shot from Iwobi. Amazing.


Red card: Phil Jagielka (Everton)


Full time: Bournemouth 1-0 Leicester


Ulloa on for Leicester and he should have the equaliser. The Spaniard hits first time from Vardy's cross, six yards out, and Boruc somehow gets across and makes the save.


Goal: Everton 2-1 Arsenal (Ashley Williams)

There has looked like being only one winner for a long, long time at Goodison and Ashley Williams gives Everton a deserved lead with four minutes left. Baines' corner is a good one and Williams stoops and blasts a header into the corner. scenes of jubilation on Merseyside.


Pugh has the chance to win it for Bournemouth but he can't execute the curling shot. Leicester come close themselves but Cook's sliding tackle keeps out Okazaki.


Dominic Calvert-Lewin on for his Everton debut. Can he make a name for himself in the final 10 minutes, and grab the winner?


Steve Cook has been a thorn in Leicester's side tonight.

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Christian Fuchs curls a free-kick almost straight out of play from a good position. Leicester have been woeful at times tonight, but a point is very much up for grabs if they want it.


Okazaki's introduction has given Leicester more bite in the final third at Bournemouth but they are yet to really test Artur Boruc in this second half. The Cherries relatively comfortable but their lead is wafer-thin.


Second wind from Everton. Lukaku is fed by McCarthy and Monreal does well before Coleman's cross is almost put through his own net by Koscielny. Entertaining game this and it could go either way.


Olivier Giroud on for Arsenal as they chase a winner. Both games into the final 20 minutes and there is no guarantee where the points are going.


Should Leicester have had a penalty? Nathan Ake can't run the ball out and Vardy gets the wrong side and goes to ground but the referee waves away the appeal. The visitors have been much improved since the break.


Closer this time from Ross Barkley, who takes the shot with his left foot on this occasion and it goes just wide of Cech's goal.


Arsenal pressing for a second after the break.

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Baines roams to the edge of the Arsenal penalty area where he is brought down by Coquelin. Barkley takes aim from the set piece but he is denied by the wall.


What a miss! Arsenal should be back in front. Everton in a mess again and Sanchez cuts the ball back to Ozil who curls over the bar. Wenger is fuming on the bench after what was a more than presentable chance is scuppered.


Seamus Coleman and his teammates celebrate Everton's equaliser.

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Second half has started at Goodison. No changes at half time.


Back underway at the Vitality Stadium, where it is Bournemouth 1-0 Leicester. Slightly behind at Goodison, where they are yet to resume.


Half time: Everton 1-1 Arsenal

A half of two halves. Arsenal led through Alexis Sanchez without having to do much but the effort sparked Everton into life and Seamus Coleman headed home a deserved leveller. The hosts have upped the intensity, which almost spills over as both teams head down the tunnel for half-time, and the Gunners have had no response, so far.


Half time: Bournemouth 1-0 Leicester

Marc Pugh has the Cherries ahead of the break, and you can't argue at all with the hosts' lead. Leicester have been pretty awful it must be said, a far cry fro the display which saw them swat away Man City at the weekend. Much to improve on.