The 25-year-old becoming a hero after scoring the winning goal in the interim. 90+2 minutes of injury time.
Helping his team overtake the “Cannons” 2-1, collecting their first win in 9 games, moving up to 12th in the table.
“What is really crazy? It was my best moment here,” Gray told Sky Sports after the game.
Demarai Gray’s late thunderbolt lifted the mood at Everton as Rafael Benitez’s side came.
From behind to secure a dramatic 2-1 victory against Arsenal at Goodison Park on Monday Night Football.
It looked like another night to forget for Everton’ when Richarlison was twice denied goals after being ruled offside by VAR, the first coming moments before Martin Odegaard gave the visitors the lead in stoppage time at the end of the first half.
“Winning is very important to us. We have to go through this tough time together as a team. and having this kind of support from fans throughout the game It’s something that really deserves.”
“Right now my confidence is very high. I believe in myself and my abilities. I’ve been working hard and improving all the time. I want to be the best player I can.”
“We went through a very difficult road and today I am really happy that we got the three points.”