David Raya: We all knew how good Raya was with his feet. What he hadn't seen yet was his ability to make great saves though. A superb first half one from Johnson to compliment his impressive build up play. 7.
Ben White: Couldn't get forward to support Saka as much as he might have liked. Not great on Spurs' first goal either. Defended his side well in the second half though. 6.
William Saliba: Showed real class on occasion to evade the Spurs press. On the occasions where Spurs wingers came inside he coped well too. Did his job to a tee. 8.
Gabriel: Solid at the back without being too spectacular. Couldn't do an awful lot about either goal. Might have wanted to do better in possession though. 6.
Oleksandr Zinchenko: As Arsenal failed to dominate possession his influence was slightly limited. Spurs got in down their right a bit too regularly during their good spells. Not a bad performance by the Ukrainian though. 6.
Declan Rice: Looked to be nursing a calf injury after coming off at half time. Arsenal will hope that's not serious. He was decent in the first half with a few good interceptions before having to be taken off. 6.
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Fabio Vieira: Did well when he could get on the ball in the first half. One good cross to Jesus on the backpost nearly created a goal. Probably harsh that he was taken off at the break. 6.
Martin Odegaard: Led the Arsenal press as it was fruitful in the first half. Helped the Gunners maintain a decent tempo. Faded a little in the second half as Arsenal struggled to hold on to possession though. 7.
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