Arsenal scored twice in the final seven minutes to grab a 2-2 draw at Everton in the Premier League on Saturday and avoid another demoralizing defeat on Merseyside. (Also Read: Chelsea Defeat Leicester City 2-0 in Premier League)
Olivier Giroud headed in the equalizer with 30 seconds left of normal time at Goodison Park, after Aaron Ramsey tapped in a close-range finish to give Arsenal hope in the 83rd. (Read: Nathan Dyer Sinks Burnley as Swansea City Maintain Winning Start)
Seamus Coleman and Steven Naismith scored in the first half to hand Everton a deserved lead and threaten a repeat of the corresponding fixture last season, when Arsenal was blown away in a 3-0 loss. Arsenal also lost 5-1 at Liverpool just across Stanley Park.
Giroud's introduction as a half-time substitute invigorated Arsenal, with Everton's American goalkeeper Tim Howard only called into action once before Ramsey's goal.
Arsenal have four points from its first two games. Everton has opened with two draws.