Arsene Wenger’s side showed great character to rescue a point after a shocking first half display.
Arsenal showed great character to fight their way back after poor defending gifted Everton a two goal lead.
A mistake at the back left an unmarked Seamus Coleman free to head home before a distinctly offside goal from Steven Naismith saw the home side go in two nil up at half-time.
Arsenal had plenty of the possession but were not managing to penetrate the Toffee’s decent before a double a superb late salvo saw Aaron Ramsey tap in from close range and Olivier Giroud grab a superb headed equalizer very late on.
Wojciech Szczesny – 6
Pole was not at fault for either goal and had little else to do except pick the ball out of the back of the net.
Mathieu Debuchy – 5
Fairly lacklustre display from the Frenchman, unable to get into the play going forward and not very impressive on the back foot.
Per Mertesacker – 6
Fairly solid, made a few last ditch blocks but overall unconvincing.
Nacho Monreal – 6
A real threat going forward and provided a superb cross for Olivier Giroud’s goal but not to convincing at the back.
Calum Chambers 4
The youngster had impressed in previous outings but looked way out of his depth today making silly errors and frequently being overrun.