Arsenal Match Report And Players Ratings And Man Of The Match Against Bournemouth

Another match disastrous defeat against Liverpool 4-0 , Arsenal is back on the right track. Arsenal’s performance today proved that the issue with Arsenal is mentality to certain point. Almost  the same squad who played and lost to Stoke City and Liverpool is winning. But now not dead bodies on the pitch.

 

 

 

We will rate our players after every match, here is Arsenal Insider players ratings:

Petr Cech: We forgot that he is playing until the last 5 minutes when Bournemouth tried to attack when Arsenal went down to 10 man. He made a decent save at the 89th minute. 8/10

Shkodran Mustafi: Defended well and was helping in the attack as well. 7/10

Laurent Koscielny: Quite match 7/10

Nacho Monreal: Like Koscielny, didn’t have much to do as well in this match. 7/10

Aaron Ramsey: Was dangerous sometimes but still not his best. 6/10

Granit Xhaka: Accurate passes and and several long shoots on the target. He tried but the keeper saved an amazing screamer from Xhaka. 7/10

Sead Kolasinac: He was attacking a lot and helped the team go forward. He is a real tank. 8/10

Hector Bellerin: Good defending and missed a chance to score. 7/10

Mesut Ozil: Tried to score twice from a free kick and in the 18 yards area. But today Ozil was in a better mood and level. 7/10

Danny Welbeck:  Today he scored 2 goals while last season he scored only two. Welbeck scored so far 3 goals this season. He defended well and attacked. 9/10

Alexander Lacazette: Scored one goal and helped the team and wasn’t selfish. 8/10

Subs:

Alexis Sanchez: He created several chances to Giroud and tried to put his name on the scoring sheet. If Sanchez played from the first minute, Arsenal would win more than 3-0. Sanchez made a Bournemouth defender get a yellow card for a foul on him after just a minute. 7/10

Francis Coquelin: Played for 10 minutes and left his team with 10 men after being injured. N/A

Oliver Giroud: Missed two chances created by Alexis Sanchez. But was dangerous.

Arsene Wenger: Why didn’t he play like this before? Every time Arsenal wins after a huge loss, it shows that the manager can change, but for a reason he isn’t. But today it was a good match. 7/10

 

Man Of The Match: Welbeck

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