Arsenal player ratings: Smith Rowe shines again; Holding excellent

Simon Collings ran the rule over Mikel Arteta’s players…

Made a good save from Mason Mount in the first half and had a solid game. There are doubts over his future, but on his day has proven his worth.

The centre-back just seems to love playing against Chelsea. Made a few vital blocks and his distribution was good too.

Was shaky early on and almost gifted a goal to Kai Havertz. Improved, though, and helped the side keep a clean sheet.

Probably the weakest of Arsenal’s back-three, but not by much. Passing out from the back was a little wayward.

Never started at right wing-back before and struggled to impact the game from there. Almost caught out in the first-half by Ben Chilwell too. Taken off with 25 minutes to go.

Much better from the Ghanaian and one of his better games for a while. Broke up play nicely and passing was better. Looks happier alongside Elneny as opposed to Dani Ceballos.

Made a vital block in the first half to deny Mount and never stopped running. Could be loose in possession, but off the ball he was decent.

A decent game from the Scot, who looked good playing as a left wing-back. Arsenal look so much better with him in the team.

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