Everton boss Marco Silva has insisted the scoreline from his side's 2-0 Premier League loss to Arsenal on Sunday did not 'reflect the match'.
Despite starting well in a back-and-forth first half and creating a number of chances through a dangerous front free of Richarlison, Theo Walcott and Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Everton failed to make their chances count.
After the interval, they started dominantly but ended up conceding to Alexandre Lacazette against the run of play. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang added a controversial second soon after - though replays showed the Gabonese striker was clearly offside.
Everton boss Silva said, via BBC Sport: "
"The result is disappointing for us. They had one chance and scored, and we created a lot of chances but didn't score.
"It is a clear offside for their second goal and it is a decision at an important stage, because at 1-0, we would have kept creating problems for them. I understand the job is difficult."
Despite the defeat, Everton can take some joy in their side's attacking play. The Toffees created a number of chances throughout the game, and tested a shaky-looking Arsenal defence, but just lacked the clinical final touch to make them count.