How the Gunners got on individually in their Premier League clash with the Toffees at Goodison Park in the Premire League
David Raya: Hardly called upon to make any saves but was composed in possession. When Everton offered a rare press, he was a good release valve. Confident enough debut. 6.
Ben White: Some nice overlapping to support Saka when he was doubled up on. Not at his best in possession though and gave the ball away cheaply on occasion. 6.
William Saliba: Dealt well with Beto when the Everton forward got forward on rare occasions. Was alert throughout as the Toffees got forward more after the goal. 7.
Gabriel: Wound up the home fans with some play-acting, but was good overall. Another solid display from the Brazilian though who coped well with the physical challenge Everton posed. 6.
Oleksandr Zinchenko: With Everton providing a brick wall for Arsenal to overcome, the Ukrainian's chiselling passes were crucial. A few balls over the top threatened to open up the game, before a slide rule pass to Saka finally did the trick in the build up to Trossard's goal. 8.
Declan Rice: Solid at the base of the midfield. Did his usual job of intercepting high to ensure that Everton were consistently smothered by Arsenal pressure. 7.
Martin Odegaard: As Arsenal tried something different from corners, Odegaard's quick feet were crucial. Even if he wasn't at his most influential, it was this that ultimately won them the game. 7.
Fabio Vieira: Towards the end of last season Vieira looked a shadow of a player. Now he looks like a man who is well and truly feeling himself. The Portuguese was superb constantly alternating with his left winger and providing intricate balls through the tightly packed Everton defence. Not afraid to give hisRead on m.allfootballapp.com