David Raya: Oozed composure. Constantly available for the pass and never looked hurried even when under severe composure. The decision to start him was a little controversial, but it's hard to argue when he plays like that. 7.
Ben White: Perhaps stupidly booked for a foul on Noa Lang, but he dealt with the Dutchman — who was PSV's biggest threat — well. Some good overlapping in the second half to support Saka too. 7.
William Saliba: Not tested often, but an assured display from the Frenchman on his first Champions League start. Some nifty footwork to get away from a PSV press earned one of the biggest cheers of the night. 7.
Gabriel: It was a tough start to the season for Gabriel but the way he has reacted has been superb. Excellent again tonight. Led the backline superbly and distributed the ball with quality in particular for the third goal. 8.
Oleksandr Zinchenko: Maybe a surprise to see him start given his injury record, but the impact he made offensively justified the decision. Some questions still remain defensively as ever, but that's the trade off you accept with the Ukrainian. 7.
Declan Rice: Solid at the base of the Arsenal midfield on his Champions League debut. Some excellent passing to build the play as well including a lovely line-breaking pass in the build up for the first goal. 7.
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Martin Odegaard: The Norwegian was back where he belongs playing Champions League football. No longer looks hesitant to pull the trigger from the edge of the box and got the goal he deserved with a well placed finish. 8.
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