Simon Collings was at there to rate the Gunners…
Fairly quiet afternoon for the German, who had little to do. Will be disappointed to concede, but could do nothing about Pascal Struijk’s bullet header or Helder Costa’s strike.
A rare goal for the Spaniard, scoring Arsenal’s third on the way to victory, but he still looks better defensively than offensively these days.
Straight back into the side after serving his suspension and played well. Had one excellent mazy run in the first-half, which almost led to a goal.
Brazilian has dropped off since the start of the season, however he looked better today. Dealt fairly well with Leeds striker Patrick Bamford.
Solid and reliable from the Portugal international, which is exactly what you want from your back-up full-back.
On his day, the Spaniard is almost unplayable and he shone against Leeds. Ran the midfield and his pass for Bellerin’s goal was beautifully disguised.
Starting to become one of Arsenal’s most reliable performers and backed that up again today. Neat and tidy display alongside Ceballos.
Played out wide instead of as the No 10, but put in a strong showing. Worked tirelessly defensively and provided a lovely pass to setup Aubameyang for his hat-trick.
The quietest of Arsenal’s three attacking midfielders, however the youngster still had a decent game on his full debut. Some nice touches and looked sharp.
Another brilliant performance from the teenager, who just gets better and better with every game he plays. Ran Leeds left-back Ezgjan Alioski ragged it.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 9 | Star man
Looked back to his best and finished the game with a hat-trick. Played as the central striker and was threatening throughout the match.
Willian (Smith Rowe 62’) 5
Once again offered very little and was largely anonymous for his 30-minute cameo.
Mohamed Elneny (Odegaard 77’) N/A
Rob Holding (Dani Ceballos 89’) N/A
Subs not used: Ryan, Lacazette, Pepe, Chambers, Pablo Mari, Martinelli