Player rankings because the Gunners’ top-four hopes went down

Bruno Guimaraes was nice for Newcastle / Ian MacNicol / GettyImages

RB: Emil Krafth – 6/10 – Solid and repelled most of what Arsenal threw at him.

CB: Fabian Schar – 6/10 – Had a secure first half however suffered a worrying blow to the pinnacle initially of the second half and had to go away.

CB: Dan Burn – 7/10 – His top might have been used extra with the variety of fastened objectives Newcastle had. Made position within the second position with a pleasant cross.

LB: Matt Targett – 6/10 – Not at all times probably the most convincing on the left however did his factor.

CM: Sean Longstaff – 7/10 – Nice and combative in midfield, makes extra tackles than his Brazilian colleagues. Nice match within the run-up to the second objective.

CM: Bruno Guimaraes – 9/10 – Good on the ball and intense in protection. Got a well-deserved objective in the direction of the top with a compound end.

CM: Joelinton – 8/10 – The most bodily spectacular midfielder on the pitch. Keeped the ball effectively and got here on the half flip properly. Wavy working and cross set White’s personal objective.

RW: Miguel Almiron – 7/10 – Went by means of defensive work and appeared fluid within the attacking moments he had.

ST: Callum Wilson – 6/10 – Put strain on White to divert past his personal goalkeeper. Had a couple of probabilities to attain however a first rate return to the beginning eleven.

LW: Allan Saint-Maximin – 7/10 – Came closest to breaking the impasse and examined Ramsdale at his nearest publish. Played an important ball to Joelinton for the objective.

SUB: Jamaal Lascelles – 6/10 – Marshalled his protection effectively after coming in for Schar.

SUB: Ryan Fraser – 5/10 – Slaughtered one-on-one with different sub Murphy.

SUB: Jacob Murphy – 5/10 – Had a good chance at 2-0 however acquired his probability saved.

SUB: Dwight Gayle – N / A

Losing Takehiro Tomiyasu to harm was a giant blow for Arsenal / Ian MacNicol / GettyImages

RB: Takehiro Tomiyasu – 6/10 – Solid sufficient earlier than he tweaked his hamstring and wanted to be despatched off for Cedric in the primary half.

CB: Ben White – 4/10 – Went into the e book for an unsightly towards Wilson. Could solely stick it previous his personal goalkeeper from Joelinton’s cross.

CB: Gabriel – 5/10 – Not very authoritative within the face of some harsh Newcastle assaults.

LB: Nuno Tavares – 4/10 – Pretty skinny in protection and provided a bit in assault earlier than going off when Arsenal chased the match.

CM: Mohamed Elneny – 4/10 – Struggled to train some authority in the course of the sector.

CM: Granit Xhaka – 5/10 – Could not deal with the physicality and depth of Guimaraes and Joelinton. Mixed later over to left again.

RW: Bukayo Saka – 5/10 – Combined with Odegaard generally however largely inefficient.

AM: Martin Odegaard – 6/10 – Got the ball when Arsenal tried to create, and fell deeper because the match progressed.

NB: Emile Smith Rowe – 4/10 – Came in for Gabriel Martinelli however had some affect within the preliminary 45. Interrupted shortly after for Martinelli.

ST: Eddie Nketiah – 5/10 – Failed to get a couple of pictures off in the primary half regardless of entering into some semi-promising conditions. Booked to have met Schar initially of the second interval.

SUB: Cedric Soares – 4/10 – A determined dive on the road couldn’t cease Guimarae’s strike from rolling in.

SUB: Gabriel Martinelli – 4/10 – Just couldn’t inject any life into Arsenal’s assault.

SUB: Alexandre Lacazette – 4/10 – Had no alternatives to shoot at targets.

SUB: Nicolas Pepe – 3/10 – Created a objective probability shortly after his arrival, although it was for Murphy at the opposite finish with a surprising cross.

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