Arsenal Player Ratings As The Gunners Defeat Brighton On Final Day

Arsenal might have defeated Brighton on the final day of the season but that result doesn’t count as the gunners will be without European Football for the first time in 25 years.

Although Mikel Arteta‘s men might have showed some glimpses of what to expect next season, it wasn’t enough to secure European Football.

It was a relentless performance from Nicolas Pepe and Granit Xhaka but some players failed to impress, let’s see how the gunners performed individually.

Bernd Leno: Although Leno was quiet during the game due to the solid defensive display from the gunners, He made some smart saves in the second half. 7.

Calum Chambers: Chambers have been playing right back since he returned from injury and he was again solid in that position for the gunners. 7.

Rob Holding: A solid display again from Holding, he almost put the gunners ahead in the first half but was unlucky. He overall had a good game. 7.

Gabriel: Gabriel’s quality should never be underrated, Mikel Arteta knows this. The Brazilian have been impressive this season for the Gunners and he replicated some of those performances yesterday. 8.

Kieran Tierney: Kieran put up yet another solid display for the gunners but he wasn’t at his best. 6.

Editor’s Pick

Thomas Partey: Partey was brilliant once again, the Ghanaian international might have showed us what to expect next season. He almost scored for the gunners, overall had a good game. 8.

Granit Xhaka: Granit returned to the starting XI after being sidelined due to an Injury. He has been very brilliant when being called upon. He had a good game yesterday. 8.

Nicolas Pepe: Another man of the match performance from the Ivorian who has established himself not just as someone who could deliver on his potential in the future, but someone who is doing it right now. 9.

Martin Odegaard: Martin Ødegaard capped off his impressive performance with an assist again for the Gunners. The Norwegian played like he was trying to secure a move to the Emirates. 8.

Emile Smith Rowe: Smith didn’t quite influence the game as much as he has shown he can but he showed his qualities on the pitch . 6.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang: 6.

Bukayo Saka: Saka received a warm reception when he came in as a substitute and he showed what he’s capable of . 6.

Alexandre Lacazette: . 6.

Gabriel Martinelli: Martinelli Came in late as a substitute and couldn’t Influence the game to even record a rating.

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