Everton suffered a 3-2 loss at Arsenal in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon.
The Toffees levelled the scores at 2-2 in the final stages of the first period when Richarlison bundled home from close range.
However, a header from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang shortly after the restart proved enough for the Gunners to pick up an important three points.
It was a very frustrating second half for Everton, though, as they created a number of openings.
Carlo Ancelotti’s side actually managed 17 shots during the 90 minutes, registering five of those on target. Arsenal, on the other hand, only had four shots on target, three of which found the back of the net.
After the match, former Everton defender Michael Ball took to social media to offer his thoughts, and the 40-year-old said that the Merseyside giants just needed “a little bit more quality” in order to win the match.
Ball also took a shot at Arsenal, claiming that the London side “aren’t a good team”.
The former England international’s tweet can be seen below:
Just a little bit more quality we could’ve won that game.
Arsenal are aren’t a good team. Even their fans were panicking.
— Michael Ball (@bally03) February 23, 2020