Grading Arsenal players in the UEFA Champions League game, 1-1 draw

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Grading Arsenal players in the UEFA Champions League game, 1-1 draw with PSV, ending the group stage: Player Ratings.

The Gunners shared points with PSV at the Phillips Stadium with a score of 1-1, officially moving into the Round of 16. Report from

Arsenal player ratings

Aaron Ramsdale – 6

Had some tough saves. There are no personal mistakes in this game. As for the goals that were lost, they almost completely lost their right to help the team.

Cedric Soares – 5

Always trying to add to the game. But the opening moment from the edge is not very exciting. Plus there was a moment when the back floated and came down to help the defense in time many times.

Gabriel – 6

had a beautiful block that helped the team not concede a goal early in the game. But today there were many missed interceptions. Hit hard by the speed of the home attackers.

William Saliba – 6

The only mistake he made in this game was a missed slide that resulted in the team losing a goal. There seemed to be some problems in dealing with the mobility of PSV’s offensive line today.

Jakup Kivior – 5

came on as left back. There was hardly any chance to advance and was hit hard by Bakayoko, PSV’s rising star, who used his speed to play hard. Missed golden opportunities from repeated balls late in the game.

Mo Elneny – 5

controlled the tempo of the game. But there are quite a few problems in dealing with the ball in the home team’s channels. There was a moment when he tried to shoot far and hit the post before getting injured and being substituted in the second half.

Jorginho – 5

is the link in the midfield. But they still look quite slow than PSV’s attackers, often pulling the game slowly, causing counterattacks to not flow as smoothly as they should.

Kai Havertz – 5,

entered the field as a starter and helped connect the game in the front line. But the overall role is still not outstanding. Even though he got to play with the ball a bit, he still wasn’t able to create opportunities for the team.

Leandro Trossard – 6

tried to be creative on the flanks But today the one-on-one duel seemed unable to get past the home team’s defence. Almost scored a goal but his shot was saved in added time.

Reiss Nelson – 6,

reasonably flashy with the ball, has speed but doesn’t do much, has 1 assist from a pass to Nketiah who shoots wide.

Eddie Nketiah – 7,

active as a center forward. Got the ball in very few dangerous areas. But today, I can use my unique abilities to shine far into the door.