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Arsenal came from behind to secure a comfortable 3-2 win over Al-Nasr in their warm-weather training match in Dubai.
Team News – Player Ratings – Match Highlights
Match: Al-Nasr Dubai SC v Arsenal
Stadium: Al Maktoum Stadium
Kick-Off (UK Time): 13:40 26/03/2019
Arsenal got off to a sloppy start in Dubai. It had the feel of a preseason match in terms of effort from the Gunners but their opponents should no such restraint. The former Manchester City striker Alvaro Negredo looked bright but it was another Al-Nasr player who stole the show.
Ronnie Fernandez was a constant threat to the Gunners in the attacking midfield position and found a troubling amount of space from a simple cut-back. The Chilean striker cut onto his right foot before curling a fine shot into the far corner as the Dubai side opened the scoring.
Arsenal struggled to make an impression for much of the first half but eventually seemed to settle down. Al-Nasr’s press started to slow as the half progressed and the Gunners started to get further up the field.
They eventually got their reward when Arsenal’s Carl Jenkinson found space down the right side. His side-footed shot rebounded off the post and fell to Alexandre Lacazette. The Frenchman let the ball run through and Jenkinson was on-hand to equalize.
As expected, the changes came at halftime with five substitutions. One of the players who entered the fray was Ainsley Maitland-Niles and the full-back started the half well.
It was Maitland-Niles who stole the ball back for Arsenal and burst clear five minutes into the second half. He slid the ball into the path of Mesut Ozil who flicked the ball through for Lacazette who finished with ease.
The changes continued to come for Unai Emery’s side as most of the Gunners’ key players headed for the bench. The youngsters impressed with Tyreece John-Jules amongst the standouts.
It was John-Jules who set the tempo up front and closed down defenders well. On the 72-minute mark, the Englishman won the ball back and rounded the goalkeeper before having the presence of mind to pick his spot and make it 3-1.
Some of the gloss was taken off the result for Arsenal when Al-Nasr conceded a late penalty but the Gunners picked up the win.
Here’s how we rate the Arsenal players:
Bernd Leno – 6
He put in a solid performance during the first half. Bernd Leno made a couple of decent saves, especially in the opening exchanges in the match.
Sub: Petr Cech (45′) – 6
No complaints of Petr Cech but the Czech stopper didn’t have a great deal to do in the second half.
Carl Jenkinson – 6.5
He put in a solid performance. Carl Jenkinson looked decent down that right flank and grabbed the crucial equalizing goal.
Sub: Ainsley Maitland-Niles (45′) – 6.5
Ainsley Maitland-Niles caught the eye for Arsenal. The Englishman looked sharp and played a major role in the second goal.
Shkodran Mustafi – 5
He didn’t put in the best performance of his career. Shkodran Mustafi looked a little off the pace, playing the Al-Nasr attack onside on a couple of occasions.
Sub: Laurent Koscielny (45′) – 6
Laurent Koscielny played well.
Dinos Mavropanos – 6
He grew into this one. Dinos Mavropanos hasn’t played much football lately and looked a little rusty early on. The Greek defender improved after the break and can be pleased with his second half.
Zech Medley – 5
He didn’t play well. Zech Medley has looked impressive in almost every match he has played for the Arsenal first team but didn’t cover himself in glory in the first half. He looked a little uncomfortable at left wing-back.
Sub: Dominic Thompson (45′) – 6
He did okay. Dominic Thompson didn’t see much of the ball for a while but grew into the second half.
Charlie Gilmour – 6.5
He did okay. Charlie Gilmour struggled to make an impact in the first half but much like the rest of the Arsenal team, he looked far more comfortable after the break.
Sub: Peter Olayinka (67′) – 5
A quiet one for him.
Ben Sheaf – 7
Ben Sheaf did well in the centre of midfield. He moved the ball around the pitch well and worked hard throughout.
Xavier Amaechi – 5
He struggled to make an impact on the game barring a couple of decent moments.
Sub: Julio Pleguezuelo (45′) –
He did reasonably well. Julio Pleguezuelo looked up for this contest with a couple of crunching tackles and some good moments in possession. Some of that good work was undone when his overenthusiasm resulted in a late penalty.
Mesut Ozil – 7
He started poorly but Mesut Ozil ran the show after halftime. The German just seemed to pick things up slightly, grabbing a crucial assist for the second goal.
Sib: Jordi Osei-Tutu (67′) – 5.5
He did okay. Jordi Osei-Tutu struggled to make an impact as the tempo dropped after halftime.
Denis Suarez – 5.5
He struggled again today. Denis Suarez had a couple of eye-catching dribbles but most of them were down closed alleys and resulted in dispossession.
Alexandre Lacazette – 7
He did well. Much like Mesut Ozil, Alexandre Lacazette was poor in the first half but lifted things after the break. The Frenchman just picked things up a few gears and scored a fine goal.
Sub: Tyreece John-Jules (67′) – 6.5
Danny John-Jules can be pleased