Arsenal player ratings vs Tottenham

Positioning perhaps at fault for Son Heung-Min’s goal, but it was a great strike. The German didn’t have much else to do otherwise. No chance with Harry Kane’s goal.

Had a horrible afternoon trying to cope with the flying Son. Was not his usual self going forward either too.

Arguably should have gone and closed down Son for the first goal, but he improved from there. Made a few vital blocks at time.

Has dropped off a bit since his flying start to the season. Struggled to deal with Kane, who dropped off and fed Son to open the scoring.

Linked up with Saka when he could and was Arsenal’s best defender. Rarely has had a bad game, even when the Gunners struggle.

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Was a surprise starter given his troubles with injury and only lasted 45 minutes, which was a shame as he was one of Arsenal’s better players.

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Did not have a good afternoon, which started with him giving away a needless free-kick on the edge of the box. Booked late on too.

One of the few to come out of the game with much credit. Is a teenager, but also Arsenal’s most consistent performer. That says a lot.

Went close with a few headers and played some nice passes in that No10 role. Threw himself into tackles too and seemed up for fight.

When will the Brazilian show the form he did at Chelsea last season? Once again he failed to deliver when Arsenal needed him most today.

Absolutely starved of service again. Looks a shade of the player who inspired Arsenal to FA Cup glory only last season.

Dani Ceballos (Partey 45’) 6

Came on and made a difference in the second-half. Got hold of the ball and dominated proceedings. Will expect to start next week.

Eddie Nketiah (Bellerin 75’) 5

Brought on to try and grab a goal, but couldn’t make the difference.

Subs not used: Runarsson, Maitland-Niles, Mustafi, Elneny, Willock

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