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Arsenal were defeated 1-0 by BATE Borisov on a woeful night in Belarus.
Team News – Player Ratings – Match Highlights
Match: BATE Borisov v Arsenal
Stadium: Borisov Arena
Kick-Off (UK Time): 17:55 14/02/2019
The match kicked off on a pitch which was worlds away from the surface at the Emirates Stadium. It must have been alien for some of the Arsenal players but they didn’t show it early on as they fashioned a good opportunity in the opening 90 seconds when Henrikh Mkhitaryan came close.
The Armenian started brightly, as did Sead Kolasinac down the left flank. The Bosnian helped create the Gunners’ next big chance when Alexandre Lacazette headed over at the back post.
Arsenal continued to create chances throughout the first half but their buildup play was slow in a disappointing 45 minutes. That culminated minutes before the break when the Gunners failed to clear a simple free-kick from the home side and BATE Borisov took the lead through Stanislaw Drahun.
The second half began very much as the first ended. Arsenal saw a lot of the ball but lacked the creativity to make anything of it. One of the few clear cut chances for the Gunners saw Alexandre Lacazette find the back of the net. Unfortunately, the Frenchman was rightly ruled offside.
Arsenal’s night went from bad to worse late on when Alexandre Lacazette was shown a straight red card. Replays showed that the Frenchman had caught an opponent with a flailing elbow and was rightly sent off to cap a woeful evening for the Gunners.
Here’s how we rate the Arsenal players:
Petr Cech – 6
He was okay. Petr Cech made every save he was expected to – if a little unconvincingly at times – and took good care of the football.
Shkodran Mustafi – 6.5
He was fine. Shkodran Mustafi did switch off a couple of times but he kept control of the ball well.
Laurent Koscielny – 7
Laurent Koscielny put in another good performance in the centre of defence. The Frenchman was excellent in possession and defended well barring a few mistakes.
Nacho Monreal – 6.5
Nacho Monreal did well enough in the centre of defence. The Spaniard moved the ball relatively well and covered the space down Arsenal’s flank.
Ainsley Maitland-Niles – 5
He’s played better. Ainsley Maitland-Niles’s defensive issues were on show again during this match but unfortunately, his influence moving forward was minimal. The Englishman lost the ball far too often.
Sub: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (68′) – 4.5
Did he even touch the ball? Pierre-Emerick Aubamemyang had 25 minutes to help his side but he did very little.
Matteo Guendouzi – 5.5
Matteo Guendouzi just looked tired tonight. The Frenchman was sloppy with the ball and hardly defended with his usual levels of energy and determination.
Granit Xhaka – 5
It was a disappointing return to the starting lineup for Granit Xhaka tonight. The Swiss midfielder looked slow without the ball and sloppy with it. His set-piece delivery was noticeably poor.
Sub: Lucas Torreira (68′) – 5.5
Lucas Torreira didn’t do a great deal to improve his side but played well enough.
Sead Kolasinac – 7
He played well. Sead Kolasinac was Arsenal’s best player on the night and a constant threat down the left flank. Unai Emery must be aware of his defensive shortcomings because Kolasinac did not have to do much tracking back.
Sub: Denis Suarez (74′) – 4
He was woeful this evening. Denis Suarez couldn’t seem to get the ball under control on this bumpy pitch.
Alex Iwobi – 5
He was poor. Alex Iwobi just couldn’t get the ball under control this evening and barely threatened moving forward.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan – 5
He actually started the match well. Henrikh Mkhitaryan was Arsenal’s best player in the opening 15 minutes but drifted off as the match progressed.
Alexandre Lacazette – 3
Alexandre Lacazette wasn’t the worst performing player for Arsenal but his night will be remembered for that red card. The decision was certainly justified and the Gunners will have to deal without Lacazette for the next few matches.