Arsenal managed to snatch all three points at Goodison Park, after a 69th minute goal from Leandro Trossard won them the game 1-0.
In a tight game, where Everton looked to be compact and make Arsenal work for their goal, the persistence of the Gunners payed off in the second half, scoring their goal and going on to secure the victory and the important three points.
Read on for our Arsenal player ratings as we take a look at who made the difference for Arsenal, and who didn’t perform up to standards…
David Raya – 6.5 – Raya didn’t have much to do in this game, as he only had to make one save, however he was important in build up for Arsenal who used him more often, making 30/32 accurate passes and completing 7 out of 9 long balls.
Oleksandr Zinchenko – 7 – Zinchenko played in his familiar role, inverting into midfield to get on the ball for Arsenal in build up and create a 3-2 shape with the other 3 defenders and Declan Rice. He had 100 touches on the ball, 72/81 accurate passes and played 1 key pass.
Gabriel – 7 – Gabriel had a solid game defensively, but due to Everton not being that attacking, the defenders were tasked with more possession duties and build up than defending. Similar to Zinchenko, Gabriel was comfortable on the ball, having 106 touches and making 90/99 accurate passes in the game. He also made 2 blocks and 2 clearances.
William Saliba – 7.5 – Saliba is again comparable to the other defenders so far, good on the ball, had a lot of touches and passes and was key in build up and possession. However his calm presence for Arsenal and ability to cover ground using his athleticism and physicality is what gives him the extra rating on the day.
Benjamin White – 7 – White was able to play in his favoured rightRead on caughtoffside.com