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Arsenal lost 2-1 to Olympiakos as they suffered an early Europa League exit at the Emirates.
Team News – Match Reports – Player Ratings
Match: Arsenal (1-0) Olympiakos
Venue: Emirates Stadium
Kick-Off (UK Time): 20:00 27/02/2020
Here’s how we rate Mikel Arteta and the Arsenal players:
Mikel Arteta – 2
It was his worst night as Arsenal head coach by far. Mikel Arteta’s side just didn’t look right all night long and his changes did little to change that fact. Gabriel Martinelli was the brightest spark after coming off the bench but that change came about 60 minutes too late.
Bernd Leno – 4
Bernd Leno was poor. He made a woeful error trying to play the ball out from the back with 10 minutes left on the clock in the lead-up to that second Olympiakos goal.
Hector Bellerin – 4
He had a poor match. Hector Bellerin was run ragged at times defensively down that right flank and was opened up for the move that led to the first goal of the match. He offered little offensively and his link-up play with Pepe was non-existent.
Sub: Joe Willock (84′) – 4
He offered very little on the night.
Shkodran Mustafi – 7
He was generally very good tonight. Shkodran Mustafi covered well down that right flank and got in the way of so many shots and crosses.
Sub: Sokratis (104′) – 5
He should’ve done better for that second goal.
David Luiz – 6
David Luiz had a good night at the back. The Brazilian was sound defensively but he will be a little frustrated with his offering in possession. He just couldn’t get things right with the ball at his feet.
Bukayo Saka – 5
Bukayo Saka did well enough and had a few flashes of quality but he didn’t look 100% for this match. He showed signs of fatigue, particularly as the match went on.
Dani Ceballos – 4
He was one of the better Arsenal players on the ball today but Dani Ceballos just couldn’t make an impact on the match. He was playing a little too deep to create anything in the way of opportunities for his teammates.
Sub: Lucas Torreira (72′) – 5
Lucas Torreira did well in midfield. He moved the ball well and got around the pitch to try and win it back.
Granit Xhaka – 4
Granit Xhaka started this one slowly and looked off the pace for early portions of this match. But the Swiss midfielder grew into it and started to make an impression. His passing was a little crisper as his influence grew.
Mesut Ozil – 3
Much like Granit Xhaka, Mesut Ozil started this one slowly with some really wasteful moments in possession. He did improve as the match went on but he didn’t do anywhere near enough on the night.
Nicolas Pepe – 6.5
He was by far the liveliest attacking player in red on the night but it was such a frustrating performance at times from Nicolas Pepe. He overcomplicated things far too often and produced some careless passes that hurt the team. Still, Pepe was at the centre of most of Arsenal’s best moves tonight and produced the Gunners’ first shot on target almost by himself.
Alexandre Lacazette – 2
He had a poor night. Alexandre Lacazette was too static and sloppy on the rare occasions he did find the ball at his feet. He made next to no impact on the match.
Sub: Gabriel Martinelli (105′) – 6
He did more in 15 minutes than Lacazette did in 105.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – 4
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang grabbed that wonderful goal but his performance will be remembered for that incredible miss in added time. He had all the goal to aim at and fluffed the easiest chance of the night.