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Arsenal started well in the Camp Nou. The Gunners pressed high and took the game to FC Barcelona, nipping into tackles in good areas. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang had the first shot of the game and was unfortunate not to really test the Spanish side’s new goalkeeper.
But Barca grew into it. The home side had a few new signings to showcase with Frenkie De Jong and Antoine Griezmann impressing in the opening 20 minutes.
It was the full-backs who impressed for both sides. Nelson Semedo broke clear down Barcelona’s left before Ainsley Maitland-Niles had some standout moments for the Gunners. Jordi Alba forced a comfortable stop from Bernd Leno when he created space in the Arsenal box.
That good start was solidified when Arsenal took the lead on the 35-minute mark. The Gunners did well to play the ball out of defence and get Mesut Ozil on the ball in a good area. The German threaded a pass into the feet of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang with his back to goal on the edge of the box.
With one shrewd touch, the Gabonese forward had swivelled, lost his maker in Alba, and created the space to whip the ball into the top corner. A well-worked goal brilliantly finished by Ozil and Aubameyang.
The home side made a host of changes at halftime and Barcelona benefitted. The Gunners could barely get out of their own half in the opening 15 minutes of the second period. Bernd Leno was forced into a couple of saves before Joe Willock produced an excellent goal-saving clearance of his own.
The Gunners looked to have ridden out the worst of Barcelona’s dominance but the unthinkable happened. Maitland-Niles cleared up a seemingly innocuous Barcelona attack and played it back to Leno. Unfortunately, the German goalkeeper was well out of his goal to collect the ball which rolled painfully into the back of the net.
It was a blow but Arsenal recovered. A couple of subs came on for the Gunners un attack and impressed from the off. Bukayo Saka almost laid one on a plate for Aubameyang before he actually did set up a fine chance for Gabriel Martinelli. Unfortunately, the Brazilian’s acrobatic volley was the wrong side of the post.
Unfortunately, it wasn’t to be. Shkodran Mustafi replaced Sokratis in the centre of defence and didn’t match the speed of the match. He lost his marker and Luis Suarez took full advantage of the situation to bag a late winner.
Here’s how we rate the Arsenal players:
Bernd Leno – 7
Bernd Leno can be pleased with his evening. The German was a part of that woeful own goal but produced a couple of solid saves.
Ainsley Maitland-Niles – 6
His night will be remembered for the woeful own goal but it needn’t be. Ainsley Maitland-Niles had some good moments this evening, particularly in the first half.
Calum Chambers – 6
He was a little shakier than his defensive partner. Calum Chambers’ biggest downfall this evening was with the ball at his feet. He was just a little too slow to move things along and got caught out. Still, the Englishman defended well enough for much of the match.
Sokratis Papastathopoulos – 7.5
He did well. Sokratis was assured in defence for the vast majority of the match.
Sub: Shkodran Mustafi (85′) – 3
Such a disappointing cameo. Shkodran Mustafi just needed to keep things simple at the back but afforded Luis Suarez five yards of space from a simple ball over the top.
Nacho Monreal – 6
He did well enough. Nacho Monreal looked good in the FC Barcelona half but was caught out defensively a couple of times. The Barca right-back Nelson Semedo skipped past Monreal on a few too many occasions.
Sub: Sead Kolasinac (45′) – 6.5
He did well in the second half. Sead Kolasinac defended well enough and moved well down the left flank.
Joe Willock – 8.5
A standout performance from the youngster. Joe Willock put in a fine all-around performance with some creative moments with the ball and great defensive work without it. The 19-year-old produced two excellent goal-saving tackles, one in either half to help his side.
Sub: Dani Ceballos (71′) – 6
Some bright moments from Dani Ceballos. The Spaniard looked good in possession but the Gunners just didn’t have enough of it in the last 20 minutes.
Granit Xhaka – 6
A bit of a mixed bag from him. Granit Xhaka was a little careless in possession at times during the first half but did improve after the break.
Sub: Lucas Torreira (85′) – N/A
Didn’t see much of the ball.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan – 7
He did well. Henrikh Mkhitaryan was tidy in possession for much of the match and worked hard up and down the pitch.
Sub: Gabriel Martinelli (71′) – 5
He’ll be frustrated. Gabriel Martinelli missed a great opportunity to win the match for the Gunners.
Mesut Ozil – 7.5
Mesut Ozil did well. The German worked hard and had some excellent moments in possession.
Sub: Bukayo Saka (71′) – 7
He made a big impact in a short space of time. The 17-year-old Bukayo Saka was sharp throughout but very nearly grabbed a couple of assists to go with it.
Reiss Nelson – 6
He had some good moments in the first half. Reiss Nelson looked sharp and started well but did drift out of the match as it progressed. The Gunners needed an extra man in midfield and he was the obvious sacrifice.
Sub: Matteo Guendouzi (45′) – 7
He did well enough after the break. Matteo Guendouzi looked sharp and moved the ball with a real zip.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – 8
Another solid performance from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in the pre-season. His goal was astonishing but it was matched by his all-round game.
Sub: Eddie Nketiah (85′) – N/A