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Arsenal secured their place in the last four of the Europa League with a solid defensive display in Naples.
Team News – Player Ratings – Match Highlights
Match: Napoli v Arsenal
Stadium: San Paolo Stadium
Kick-Off (UK Time): 20:00 18/04/2019
It was an enormous match for Arsenal. They only needed to avoid defeat to secure passage into the semi-finals of a European competition for just the second time in over a decade.
But it was Napoli who started brighter. Carlo Ancelotti’s men stretched the Gunners’ defence with constant runs in behind and half-chances aplenty for the home side.
But the Gunners managed to keep things tight. There was a cause for concern when star man Aaron Ramsey went down clutching his hamstring on the half-hour mark. The Welsh international was immediately substituted in what could be his final performance in an Arsenal shirt.
But Unai Emery’s side didn’t suffer. They won a free kick 25 yards from goal and Alexandre Lacazette stepped up to take it. The Frenchman had a poor first half but stood up to bend the ball around the wall and into the far corner of the net.
The Gunners had the crucial away goal which meant that their opponents needed to score four to progress to the semis. Arsenal kept the clean sheet until the break and went into the interval one goal to the good.
Arsenal knew they just needed to see out the remaining 45 minutes of the tie to secure their place in the last four of the competition and they played as such.
The Gunners kept things tight with a compact back three and a lonely attack which was set up to counter. The visitors allowed possession to their wasteful opponents and it worked well. There was little in the way of goalscoring opportunities as Arsenal defended well with numbers and discipline.
The second half ticked away as the Gunners saw out the match to secure an impressive win and an even more impressive clean sheet.
Here’s how we rate the Arsenal players:
Petr Cech – 7
The Arsenal goalkeeper had a good night. Petr Cech made some smart saves, particularly one to deny Napoli’s Lorenzo Insigne in the first half.
Ainsley Maitland-Niles – 8.5
It was an impressive performance from Ainsley Maitland-Niles. The Englishman did a lot more defending than attacking tonight and coped well with the task. He covered well and made a number of vital blocks, interceptions, and clearances.
Laurent Koscielny – 8
A sturdy performance from Laurent Koscielny. The Gunners’ captain defended well for the vast majority of the night but was a little sloppy in possession.
Sokratis Papastathopoulos – 7.5
He played well enough. Another good night for Sokratis.
Nacho Monreal – 7.5
Nacho Monreal put in another solid performance for the Gunners. The Spaniard defended well and took good care of the ball moving forward.
Sead Kolasinac – 6.5
He wasn’t the best Arsenal player on the pitch. Sead Kolasinac looked bright in the first half and good into some good positions but his final ball was lacking. After the break, Kolasinac had to do a lot more defending and stood up to the test reasonably well.
Lucas Torreira – 7
Lucas Torreira did well enough. The Uruguayan midfielder worked hard and covered the space in midfield but was a little sloppy in possession.
Granit Xhaka – 7.5
Granit Xhaka had a good match until he was replaced on the hour mark. The Swiss international moved the ball around the pitch well and put in a solid defensive performance. He made a couple of really good interceptions and his substitution was a surprise.
Sub: Mohamed Elneny (60′) – 5
It was a quiet cameo performance from him. Mohamed Elneny barely touched the ball in 30 minutes.
Aaron Ramsey – 6
He had a good 30 minutes. Aaron Ramsey worked hard and looked bright on the ball before picking up that injury.
Sub: Henrikh Mkhitaryan (34′) – 6
He did well enough. Henrikh Mkhitaryan didn’t carry the attacking threat of Ramsey but worked hard and countered well.
Alexandre Lacazette – 6.5
He didn’t have the best match of his career. Alexandre Lacazette was one of the worst players in red in the opening 30 minutes but he made the difference tonight. The Frenchman stepped up to curl a fine a freekick into the back of the net and did improve after he grabbed the opener.
Sub: Alex Iwobi (68′) – 6
Alex Iwobi looked lively and did enough to help his side.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – 6
A decent night for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. He was full of hard work but squandered his only decent opportunity in front of goal. Fortunately, it didn’t cost his side.