Here's how the players rated in their memorable 3-2 win at Arsenal.

Vicente Guaita

Could do little for the goals but made two crucial saves late on. Firmly established as the clubs number one now. 8

Joel Ward

Should’ve done better with his close-range effort, but defensively was fantastic. In for Van Aanholt and on today’s performance will be keeping that spot. 8

Scott Dann

It’s been said he’s lost his pace but he reads the very well. Solid game from the centreback, as you expect and won everything in the air, in both boxes. 9

Martin Kelly

Fantastic at the heart of the defence. Made one great tackle in the first half to deny Lacazette. A showing that would’ve done his starting credentials no-harm. 9

Aaron Wan-Bissaka

Dealt with the threat of Ozil and Kolasinac well, blocked all bar one cross form that side and didn’t get past once. Another sterling display. 7

Luka Milivojevic

His dead-ball striking was at his very best. Every corner and free-kick was on point. Should’ve done better for Aubameyang’s goal. 8

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Cheikhou Kouyate

The leggy midfielder was everywhere. Arsenal’s middle men didn’t fancy the physical side of it. Unlucky to be denied a goal in the first half. 8

Max Meyer

The one midfielder who got on the ball frequently and looked to thread Benteke and Zaha through. So composed on the ball and has a touch of class about him. 8

James McArthur

Made amends for missing a one on one with his goal. Dogged display from the Scot.7

Wilfried Zaha

Terrorised the Arsenal back four with his pace. Jenkinson was replaced at the break but Maitland-Niles didn’t fair much better. 9

Christian Benteke

His confidence was sky high after his strike and it brought out the best in those around him. He looked close to his best. 8


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