Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud and teammates sulk after Williams scores the winner.
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Arsenal's 14-game unbeaten run had laid strong foundations for a determined tilt at the festive fixture list, only for Arsene Wenger's men to come unstuck in Tuesday's 2-1 defeat at Everton.Arsenal's defeat, courtesy of an 86th-minute header by Everton center-back Ashley Williams, was their first in the league since a slapdash 4-3 loss at home to Liverpool on the season's opening weekend.Chelsea secured a 10th straight victory by winning 1-0 at Sunderland and can register 11 successive league wins within the same season for the first time if they win at Crystal Palace Saturday.Liverpool stole past Arsenal into second place courtesy of a 3-0 win at Middlesbrough and now face the London club's conquerors, Everton, in a Monday night Merseyside derby.Bottom club Sunderland and struggling Middlesbrough also lie in wait for Jose Mourinho's men over the festive season, but midfielder Ander Herrera says United can take nothing for granted.
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