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Arsenal beat Stade Rennais 3-0 to secure their place in the Europa League quarter-finals.
Team News – Player Ratings – Match Highlights
Match: Arsenal (1) v (3) Stade Rennais
Stadium: Emirates Stadium
Kick-Off (UK Time): 20:00 14/03/2019
Arsenal got a quick start in the first leg with that Alex Iwobi goal inside four minutes and they got the same tonight. This time, it was Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang who knocked in a simple chance after a fine ball in from Aaron Ramsey.
Alexandre Lacazette attracted much of the pre-match attention but it was Aubameyang who caught the eye. The Gabon international took advantage of some sloppy Rennes defending to find space down the left flank. The visitors thought Aubameyang was offside but the Arsenal man played on and chipped a cross for the onrushing Ainsley Maitland-Niles to head home at the back post.
The comeback was completed inside 15 minutes with Arsenal leading on the away goals rule. The quick-fire double seemed to frustrate the visitors as the temperature rose in North London. Fortunately, the Gunners held their own and saw the half out.
The second half kicked off with Arsenal knowing they were 45 minutes away from a Europa League quarter-final. That was almost halted just a minuted after the break when Shkodran Mustafi gifted the ball away and the dangerous M’Baye Niang saw his shot rebound off the post.
Stade Rennais grew into the match after that, just as they did in the same phase of the match last week. This time, however, Unai Emery adapted.
Alex Iwobi and Henrikh Mkhitaryan came off the bench and it was the Armenian who had the immediate impact. Mkhitaryan drove forward with the ball, sliding the ball into the path of Sead Kolasinac at the perfect moment. The Bosnian’s cross was perfect and Aubameyang found space to tap home.
Arsenal just needed to shut up shop and take the 3-0 win but it was a nervy final 15 minutes for the Gunners. The visitors attacked well and created a couple of decent openings but thankfully, Arsenal saw out the match to book their place in the next round of the Europa League.
Here’s how we rate the Arsenal players:
Petr Cech – 6
A quiet night for Petr Cech against his former club. The Former Chelsea man didn’t make any saves of note and most of his involvement in the match was with the ball at his feet.
Ainsley Maitland-Niles – 8.5
It was an excellent performance at right wing-back from Ainsley Maitland-Niles. The Englishman started brightly and just grew into the match. He grabbed the crucial second goal but he deserves credit for his impressive work defensively.
Shkodran Mustafi – 6.5
A decent night for Shkodran Mustafi. His defensive work was mostly exemplary with a number of good clearances and interceptions but he was let down by some errors. The German lost possession to M’Baye Niang early in the second half and was a little sloppy when passing.
Laurent Koscielny – 7.5
He did well. Laurent Koscielny was solid at the back and moved the ball reasonably well.
Nacho Monreal – 7
Nacho Monreal was a fair bit better tonight than he was in the previous leg against Stade Rennais. The Spaniard had a shocker last week but redeemed himself with a solid display this evening.
Sead Kolasinac – 7.5
An impressive performance at left wing-back from Sead Kolasinac. He started slowly but was a key figure after the break. He’ll grab plaudits for his impressive assist but Kolasinac’s best moment tonight was a crucial goal-saving tackle to deny IsmailaSarr in the second half.
Aaron Ramsey – 8
An impressive performance from Aaron Ramsey in the centre of midfield. He was disciplined when he needed to be but still created some wonderful moments in attack. The Welshman assisted the opener and really should’ve had another when he laid the ball on a plate for Aubameyang to score in the second half.
Sub: Lucas Torreira (87′) – N/A
Defended well enough.
Granit Xhaka – 5.5
He struggled tonight. Granit Xhaka looked off the pace all match long in the centre of midfield with some loose passing and hesitancy. The Swiss midfielder made a couple of good tackles but he almost cost his side a couple of times.
Mesut Ozil – 6
He had some good moments in the first half but drifted out of the match in the second. Mesut Ozil worked hard enough but his passing got a little sloppy after the break.
Sub: Alex Iwobi (69′) – 7
It was an immediate impact from Alex Iwobi. The Nigerian international adapted quickly to the match after coming off the bench and really helped his side.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – 8
This was a pretty typical Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang performance. The forward stretched the opposition backline and was in just the right place to score some important goals for his side. However, the former Dortmund man also missed a couple of key chances and will be disappointed not to have a few more goals to his name.
Alexandre Lacazette – 5
He wasn’t expected to play in this match and it was a pretty forgettable performance from Alexandre Lacazette when he eventually made it onto the pitch. The Frenchman couldn’t keep ahold of the ball and was a little fortunate not to pick up a second yellow card.
Sub: Henrikh Mkhitaryan (69′) – 7
Like Alex Iwobi, Henrikh Mkhitaryan made an immediate impact on the side. The former United man started the move for the crucial third goal to cap an impressive cameo.