Arsenal head coach Unai Emery has revealed that his priorities this season are not a Premier League top four finish this season - but that he wants to bring silverware back to the Emirates in the form of the Europa League.
You have to scroll back 22 years to the last time Everton, who have never been victorious at the Emirates (W0 D4 L9), won at Arsenal back in 1996 (Highbury) with the latest loss meaning the Gunners have now bagged a whopping 106 goals against Everton in the Premier League.
The Gunners raced into a four-goal lead through Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's double and strikes from Danny Welbeck and Mesut Ozil.
A first clean sheet of the Emery era was a welcome sight for the Arsenal manager, but he will know there is still plenty of room for improvement in all areas.
Cech has kept his place despite an indifferent start to the campaign, which has been blighted by suggestions he is not suited to Emery's approach of playing out from the back, something Leno was routinely asked to do at Leverkusen.
Emery, pictured, has also inherited the former manager's freakish approach to the transfer window too, with seemingly astute signings in goalkeeper Bernd Leno and defensive midfielder Lucas Torreira benched or unused in favour of the ageing and rather faulty Petr Cech and 19-year-old French midfielder Matteo Guendouzi.
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"We need also to do the mix for each match, changing players to give them the minutes and give them confidence, but I am thinking of the performance".
"But I think to move to a bigger club, another country, it needs maybe a little bit of time. We need to impose ourselves on the game". We came here to play and challenge the opponents. I had great times but I feel like I'm going to have even greater times here, I really do. "Every competition for us is very important", he said.
"I believe that they will do that and for sure they will keep on improving in the future".
A long pass into Richarlison should have been easy for Bellerin to subdue, but he allowed the Brazilian forward to turn away from him far too easily, and it took a good save from Petr Cech to spare his team-mate's blushes.
"I actually thought he would go back to Southampton - and he almost did, but I believe Everton offered him a better package and you can't blame him for that".