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Both sides missed chances as Arsenal picked up yet another draw, this time against Burnley.
Team News – Match Reports – Player Ratings
Match: Burnley v Arsenal
Venue: Turf Moor, Burnley
Kick-Off (UK Time): 14:00 02/02/2020
Here’s how we rate Mikel Arteta and the rest of the Arsenal players:
Mikel Arteta – 5
It wasn’t his best day as Arsenal boss. Mikel Arteta will be so frustrated with this one with sloppy performances at both ends of the pitch. They never really looked on top of the match in a fixture they have so often dominated in recent years. The substitutions took a long time to come in the second half too.
Bernd Leno – 5
It wasn’t his busiest match. Bernd Leno only had to make a couple of saves but he did what was required.
Hector Bellerin – 7.5
Hector Bellerin was probably Arsenal’s best player on the day. The Spaniard looked up for it defensively and provided an attacking threat moving forward. His crossing was noticeably accurate and it was another good step in his recovery.
Shkodran Mustafi – 6
It was a decent performance from Shkodran Mustafi. He lost his man a couple of times but it didn’t hurt the Gunners.
David Luiz – 6
He was fine. David Luiz didn’t quite showcase his usual passing range but he can be pleased enough with the clean sheet.
Bukayo Saka – 5
It was a shame that his match was cut short but Bukayo Saka didn’t look at his best before the substitution.
Sub: Lucas Torreira (45′) – 5
It wasn’t his best performance. Lucas Torreira was a little careless at times.
Matteo Guendouzi – 4.5
He worked hard but it was such a sloppy performance from Matteo Guendouzi. He misplaced simple passes on far too many occasions that prevented the Gunners from building their attacks.
Granit Xhaka – 6.5
He struggled in the middle and probably played his best football at left-back. Granit Xhaka again stepped up and did his defensive duties as required.
Mesut Ozil – 4
He just didn’t get going. Mesut Ozil found space early on and looked to assert himself on the match but Burnley took steps to close those areas off and Ozil’s influence waned.
Sub: Joe Willock (63′) – 5
He worked hard enough but it wasn’t a match he could seriously influence.
Gabriel Martinelli – 5
Not his best performance. Gabriel Martinelli just couldn’t get going despite looking lively in possession.
Alexandre Lacazette – 3
It was a poor day for him. Alexandre Lacazette missed chances and failed to connect with the rest of Arsenal’s attackers. He just didn’t get going, a disappointing performance from him.
Sub: Eddie Nketiah (89′) – N/A
He deserved more time on the pitch.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – 4
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang had enough chances to break the deadlock and find the net today. He just didn’t get going.