Arsenal player ratings vs Manchester City as one scores 8/10 and a rare 5/10 in huge 1-0 win

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Mikel Arteta’s side recorded an important victory over Manchester City in the Premier League.

David Raya: Poor distribution and still looks nervy from his disappointing display against Lens. 5.

Ben White: White had a solid defensive outing, making key interceptions and ensuring Manchester City had limited opportunities in front of the goal. 7.

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William Saliba: Saliba’s performance was nothing short of outstanding. He displayed exceptional defensive awareness and composure throughout the match. 8.

Gabriel: Gabriel was a commanding presence in Arsenal’s defence, winning aerial duels and making crucial clearances. 8.

Oleksandr Zinchenko: Zinchenko was reliable defensively and contributed effectively to Arsenal’s build-up play. 7.

Jorginho: Jorginho controlled the midfield well but had moments of inconsistency with his passing. Still, his overall influence on the game was notable. 6.

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Declan Rice: Rice provided solid cover for the defense and distributed the ball effectively from deep positions. 7.

Martin Odegaard: Odegaard showed flashes of creativity but could have been more influential in orchestrating Arsenal’s attacks. 6.

Gabriel Jesus: Gabriel Jesus put in a tireless effort and consistently posed a threat to Manchester City’s defence. 7.

Eddie Nketiah: Nketiah struggled to make an impact on the game and had limited involvement in Arsenal’s attacks. 4.

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Leandro Trossard: Trossard had a quiet game and failed to make a significant impact on the match. He was largely ineffective. 5.

Substitutes:

Gabriel Martinelli: Coming off the bench, Martinelli scored the crucial goal and injected energy into Arsenal’s attack. His impact was significant. 8.

Kai Havertz: The German international played a vital role in the build-up to the goal with excellent hold-up play and contributed positively to Arsenal’s attacking play. 7.

Thomas Partey: Partey entered the game and solidified the midfield, helping Arsenal maintain control and see out the win. 7.

Takehiro Tomiyasu: Tomiyasu’s late run proved instrumental in the winning goal, and he provided defensive stability throughout his time on the pitch. 7.

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