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Everton have notched another point following Saturday's 2-2 draw with Arsenal, but it could have been so much more. Roberto Martinez's side led 2-0 at half time after a stunning first half saw Seamus Coleman and Steven Naismith find the back of the net, but two goals in the last seven minutes from Aaron Ramsey and Olivier Giroud handed the Gunners a share of the spoils - and Irish international Coleman said that the late collapse meant the draw felt like a loss.
"It kind of feels like a defeat with the way we've let it slip," said the right back. "It's not good enough. We were cruising at 2-0 up and in the second half I think we've just sat back a bit too much and they've got one which has given them momentum. "We need to do better as a unit to keep a clean sheet in the last five minutes."
It was Everton's second 2-2 draw in as many games after they lost the lead against Leicester on the opening day of the season, and Coleman's international team mate James McCarthy said that to have the same issues two weeks in a row is unacceptable.
"We have let another two points slip like last week," McCarthy said. "We have had two draws so far and that's not good enough. Each and every one of us knows that."
"We need to bounce back quickly. I am sure [we will do] if the fans get behind us like they did against Arsenal – they were brilliant."
On the transfer front, Everton are poised to make another addition to their front line with Samuel Eto'o poised to undergo a medical on Merseyside. The Cameroonian international striker, 33, left Chelsea at the end of the season and is reportedly set to sign a two-year deal with Martinez's men.
Finally, Everton are poised to land a small cash boost after Brentford accepted a bid from Wigan Athletic for midfielder Adam Forshaw. The 22-year-old, who joined Everton in 2000, left Goodison Park for Brentford in 2012, but the Toffees were wise enough to insert a sell-on clause in his contract.