Theo Walcott scored our only goal against Wolfsburg as we clinched our first Emirates Cup since 2010 following a very productive weekend of action.
There were a number of impressive displays on show as Arsene Wenger utilised the strength of our squad to his maximum ability.
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See how our boys rated below.
GK) Petr Cech – 7
On his home debut, the 33-year-old certainly showed exactly what we can expect from him next season. Pulling off a couple of very good saves, Cech filled the defence in front of him with confidence. It will take something special to beat him.
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RB) Hector Bellerin – 7
The Spaniard picked up from where he left off last season and should definitely start the season as our first choice right-back. Bellerin has become defensively sound and integrates will with our other players while in possession of the ball.
CB) Calum Chambers – 6
Chambers had a few defensive lapses in the first half and on one occasion lost Nicklas Bendtner, but the striker couldn’t finish. He later became calmer in his duties.
CB) Gabriel – 7
Gabriel was visibly vocal throughout and certainly aimed to take leadership in the absence of Per Mertesacker. Apart from one reckless challenge, he did well.
LB) Nacho Monreal – 7
Monreal, like Bellerin, certainly reaffirmed his status as our first choice in his position and offered a threat going forward while remaining stable defensively.