Arsenal player ratings vs Brighton as De Zerbi’s side demolish Gunners with one 3/10 and many 4/10s

Mikel Arteta’s side were demolished at home as Brighton won 3-0 at Emirates Stadium to all but end their title hopes.

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Aaron Ramsdale - Unable to do much about the first goal but was lobbed by Undav for the second. 4.

Ben White - Had a difficult time dealing with Mitoma’s pace and movement. He was often caught out of position and struggled to contain the Brighton attacker. 3.

Jakub Kiwior - The Poland international had a tough outing and was arguably at fault for Encisco’s goal. He struggled to cope with the opposition’s attacks and had a difficult time asserting himself defensively. 4.

Gabriel - A disappointing performance from the Brazilian, who has missed his centre back partner Saliba in recent weeks. 4.

Kieran Tierney - Came in for Zinchenko and wasn’t able to make a huge impact defensively or in an attacking sense. 4.

Jorginho - Had a quiet game and struggled to make a significant impact in midfield. He was often bypassed by Brighton’s midfielders and failed to control the tempo of the game. 4.

Granit Xhaka - Failed to provide the necessary spark for Arsenal’s attacks. 4.

Martin Odegaard - Odegaard had a frustrating game and couldn’t impose himself on the match. He struggled to create meaningful chances and was largely ineffective in the final third. 4.

Bukayo Saka - Couldn’t make a significant impact on the game. 4.

Gabriel Martinelli - Came off injured and was wearing a leg brace at the end of the game. Didn’t make an impact in the time he was on the pitch. 4.

Gabriel Jesus - Had a quiet game but was often isolated and unable to assert his influence on the game. 4.


Thomas Partey - Struggled to dictate the game and couldn’t provide the necessary solidity in midfield. 4.

Emile Smith Rowe - Unable to make an impact after coming. N/A.

Leandro Trossard - Had a limited impact off the bench and couldn’t create any meaningful opportunities. 4.

Eddie Nketiah - Had little time to make an impact and couldn’t influence the game during his brief appearance. 4.

Reiss Nelson - Made the most impact out of the subs who came on. Reminder that he’s out of contract next month. 6.