Here's one to infuriate any Arsenal fans who may still be seething after watching their side slump to a 3-0 defeat at Goodison Park yesterday.

Despite having just gone 2-0 behind against fourth-spot rivals Everton, Aaron Ramsey, Kim Kallstrom and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain were caught smiling!

The Gunners trio were on the bench when Romelu Lukaku struck the Toffees' second goal of the afternoon, but seemed unperturbed by the score.

A photo in the Daily Mail shows 'Rambo', Kallstrom and 'the Ox' grinning in the background as the Belgian celebrated with manager Roberto Martinez.

Obviously there was an in-house joke going on, but that will come as little consolation for any infuriated Gooners, who witnessed their side gift Everton three points.

The Merseysiders went on to thrash Arsene Wenger's below-par side, with former Everton man Mikel Arteta scoring an own goal in the second half to make it 3-0 after Lukaku had added to Steven Naismith's early opener.

The defeat marks the fourth time this season that the Gunners have been thrashed at the hands of a top five opponent.

Wenger's side were beaten 6-3 at the Etihad by Manchester City earlier in the season before being thrashed 5-1 by Liverpool at Anfield.

More recently they were trounced 6-0 at Stamford Bridge by Chelsea, and a heavy defeat at Goodison Park underlines their defensive frailties on the road against the top clubs this season.

Everton could now move above Arsenal and into the top four if they win their game in hand, highlighting just how far the early-season title contenders have fallen.

The Blues still have to face Manchester City, Manchester United and a potentially tough trip to Southampton before the end of the season, but a Champions League spot is well within their own hands.

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