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Video Highlights and Arsenal player Ratings vs AFC Wimbledon as Nuno Tavares and Gabriel Martinelli dazzle


How the north Londoners got on separately in the third round of their Carabao Cup match against the Dons at the Emirates Stadium.

Leno: (6/10) Hardly tried all through the match as Wimbledon could do little to inconvenience him. Looked fair enough ready, however not actually the exhibition expected to propose he should be beginning the match against Tottenham Hotspurs on Sunday.

Cedric Soares: (7/10) Showed some decent snapshots of want to win a few corners for the Gunners. His conveyance after that however left a little to be wanted. Good execution from the Portugal International however, not undermining Takehiro Tomiyasu in the primary group.

Holding: (6/20) Didn’t actually have a lot to do yet never looked grieved anytime. Some great administration at the back especially when Wimbledon had set pieces which are a space of solidarity for the AFC Wimbledon.

Mari: (6/20) A game like this was essential for the Spaniard to develop his certainty after some terrible presentations in the PL that saw him dropped for Kolasinac. Not all that much, yet more critically nothing intense all things considered.

Tavares: (7/10) Some minutes where he was somewhat out of position protectively and a foul toss, yet appeared to be a forceful assaulting danger all through. Was unfortunate not to get his first aggressive Gunners objective as he hit the post with a fine header.

Partey: (7/10) Perhaps an unexpected consideration given the significance of Sunday’s down, however the Gunners playmaker offers a major improvement to the Gunners midfield when he’s on the pitch. Controlled the game and looked incredible again in the most profound of a three man midfield.

Maitland-Niles: (6/10) Some minutes where slips in focus saw the Englishman lose ownership, yet a guaranteed execution generally speaking in his favored focal midfield job once more.

Sambi Lokonga: (6/10) The Belgian midfield maestro played in both the six and the eight positions however looked far more joyful in the last mentioned. Had the option to get forward however covered protectively well. A strong all round show from the 21-year-old Belgium international.

Martinelli: (7/10) Won the spot kick from the get-go in the game and looked by a wide margin the probably going to make whatever else for the north London club. The Brazilian midfielder was regularly occupied all through, however needed balance in the essential minutes.

Lacazette: (6/10) Seems unusual to say of a man assist and goal however, the dreary idea of his presentation as the game went on will be a worry. Truly blurred in the second half regardless of some respectable connection up play.

Nketiah: (7/10) A genuine Jekyll and Hyde night for the Englishman. Passed the ball inadequately now and again and attempted to do excessively, however at that point showed snapshots of greatness to set out shooting open doors and the completion for his objective was magnificent.

Substitutes –

Smith Rowe: (7/10) Brought on around the hour mark in the free eight job and couldn’t impact the game a lot. Was in the case briefly to make it 2-0 as the north Londoners were remunerated for a more hostile methodology.

Saka: (8/10) Involved in the development to both the second and third Gunners goal as the north London club assumed liability for the game. Maybe an unexpected sub given the players needing minutes on the seat, yet a viable one.

Balogun: (n/a) Came on past the point where it is possible to impact the game.

Highlights of the game is below

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