Arsenal Player Ratings vs Vorskla: Here’s how the Gunners fared
Arsenal eased their way through to a 3-0 victory against Vorskla in the Europa League. Unai Emery’s men comfortably dominated possession and created an ample number of opportunities going forward. Emile Smith Rowe opened the scoring for the Gunners just 10 minutes before Aaron Ramsey slotted a second.
Youngster Joseph Willock then added a third which was very much the icing on the cake given Vorskla barely managed to threat the Gunners’ backline. Unai Emery’s side had anyway progressed to the next round but they stamped their authority with another strong performance.
Arsenal Player Ratings
Petr Cech (6/10)
Cech was anonymous in the game and barely had anything to do apart from dealing with a few crosses. He did make one good save in the second half though.
Stephan Lichsteiner (RB)
Surged up and down throughout the game. He supported the attack well and was rarely troubled defensively.
Rob Holding (7/10)
Dealt with almost everything that came his way. He was confident and comfortable in his display.
Carl Jenkinson (7/10)
Slotted in well at centre-back and ultimately came through on the night. Looked good alongside Holding.
Ainsley Maitland-Niles (7/10)
Caused all sorts of problems down the left flank. He saw one of his shots saved and was unfortunate not to get on the scoresheet.
Matteo Guendouzi (7/10)
Had a very comfortable outing and always looked to move the ball forward. A confident performance.
Mohamed Elneny (6/10)
Superb passing and excellent linkup play from the Egyptian. He set up Willock for the third goal with a very good pass after winning possession.
Aaron Ramsey (8/10)
He was just too good on the night. Linked up very well with everyone in the team and took his penalty well.
Emile Smith Rowe (8/10)
The youngster continues to impress as he scored another goal. He looked calm and composed in his display.
Eddie Nketiah (8/10)
Played his part in the first goal and caused all sorts of issues for Vorskla at the back with his pace and ability on the ball.
Joe Willock (8/10)
Scored a superb goal and always got into dangerous positions. He surely has a lot of potential to become one of Arsenal’s mainstays.
Zech Medley (7/10)
Looked comfortable on the ball and did well under pressure.
Buyaka Saka (6/10)
Looked lively after coming on and could have probably scored had he had more time.
Charlie Gilmour (6/10)
Didn’t have much to do after coming on late in the second half.