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Arsenal player ratings as Sambi Lokonga and Partey battle but Smith Rowe shines


How the north Londoners got on separately in the PL match with Brighton at the Amex Stadium.

Ramsdale: (5/10) After some truly guaranteed exhibitions, the Three Lions ‘manager looked somewhat apprehensive on occasion in the wet conditions. Neglect one between his fingers from a corner that Dunk ought to have scored from was a depressed spot.

Tomiyasu: (6/10) Defensively strong again from the Japan defense maestro who has rapidly shaped an organization with his kindred protectors. However, necessities to deal with his toss ins. The quantity of foul tosses was something like a Bellerin accolade act.

White: (6/10) A consistent presentation from the Englishman on his re-visitation of the Amex Stadium. Great noticeable all around and kept Mauapay calm generally, yet battled working out from the back like the remainder of the Gunners backline.

Magalhaes: (6/10) Another great appearance of initiative from the Brazilian who won everything noticeable all around. Not the best presentation ready however as the north Londoners battled to keep it on the deck from objective kicks.

Tierney: (5/10) Looked somewhat uncertain positionally and battled to keep Trossard calm in the main half. Developed into it somewhat in the second however not ready to truly impact the game unpalatably.


Partey: (5/10) Shooting truly isn’t the midfield maestro solid suit. Three endeavors from distance that went not even close to the objective. Not the best ready either as he was reliably denied of ownership much to the dissatisfaction of his skipper.

Sambi Lokonga: (4/10) The Belgian international never appeared as though he knew precisely where he should be remaining as he attempted to recreate the Xhaka job. Poor out of ownership and very little better in it.

Saka: (7/10) A brilliant flash for Arsenal who looked perilous when he had the option to get into the game down the right yet those events were all around rare.


Odegaard: (6/10) Struggled to truly get into the match and seemed to get progressively disappointed with his partners as they neglected to press as high as he plainly needed to.

Smith Rowe: (8/10) Another great presentation from the youngster who was the main player who showed reliable looks at quality. Some exquisite goes to get away from the Brighton and Hove Albion press as he hoped to choose the game for his side.

Aubameyang: (5/10) Hardly got a sniff as Brighton and Hove Albion ruled a large portion of the belonging yet when the ball went dependent upon him he regularly battled to make it stick. A frustrating development to a decent presentation last week against Tottenham Hotspurs.

Substitutes –

Pepe: (6/10) Anonymous subsequent to coming on the left yet did undeniably more when exchanged over to the right. However, attempted to improve of Burn.

Lacazette: (7/10) Instantly further developed the Arsenal assault with his connection up play and carried his colleagues into the game well during an uncommon PL excursion.

Maitland-Niles: Came on past the point where it is possible to impact the game. n/a.

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