Here’s how Mikel Arteta’s side rated at Turf Moor…
Was partly at fault for the Burnley goal, but the German responded in the second-half. Made a few great saves to keep the game level.
Given this was his first Premier League start since December 2019, Chambers did well. Showed he could be a handy option at right-back going forward.
A decent game from the Spaniard, who slotted in well alongside David Luiz. Coped well with the physical threat that Burnley offered.
Has basically established himself as the first-choice centre-back under Arteta. Solid today and didn’t really put a foot wrong.
Bombed up and down as always. Now looks fully fit after having some injury problems earlier on this year.
Did well for the Arsenal goal and started the attack with a lovely bit of composure. Not at his best yet, though, as he works his way back to full fitness.
The midfielder won’t want to see the Burnley goal again, as his pass was intercepted by Chris Wood to score. Had been looking good until then.
Picked up another assist by setting up Aubameyang, which will be good for his confidence. Looked better, but still not quite at his best.
A few nice moments and touches, but a quiet game on the whole. Taken off with around 30 minutes to go so Alexandre Lacazette could come on.
A very rare off-day for the teenager and – given his fine form – he should be excused. Missed a good chance in first-half when played in by Aubameyang.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 7
Another goal for the Arsenal captain, who has been starting to look back to his old self in recent weeks. Missed a good chance to make it 2-0, though, before the Burnley equaliser.
Alexandre Lacazette (Odegaard 63’) 5
Off the bench and asked to play as a No10. Couldn’t really get into the game much, though.
Nicolas Pepe (Willian 69’) 5
Missed two glorious chances after coming off the bench that would have won the game for Arsenal.
Dani Ceballos (Partey 81’) N/A
Unused: Ryan, Gabriel, Holding, Bellerin, Elneny, Martinelli.