[Player Ratings] Norwich 1-1 Arsenal: Gabriel & Giroud Have Games To Forget

By on November 29, 2015

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Arsenal missed the chance to move level on points at the top of the Premier League after being held to a frustrating 1-1 draw by Norwich City this afternoon.

Here are my ratings:

Cech  7/10 | Made one superb stop to prevent an own goal but couldn’t stop the equaliser.

Bellerin  6/10 | A real outlet going forward but was a little suspect at the back.

Mertesacker  6/10 | A disappointing game overall. Looked shaky at times.

Koscielny  N/A | Off injured early on through injury. Let’s pray it’s not another serious problem.

Monreal  6/10 | Got himself in to some dangerous positions in attack but his crossing was extremely poor.

Flamini  6/10 | Put himself about in midfield but didn’t really have any impact in the game.

Cazorla  6.5/10 | Average display by the little Spaniard, although his performance was hampered during the second half as he picked up a knee injury.

Ramsey   5.5/10 | Good to see him back but he was rusty today. Meant to be playing on the right wing but spent more time in the middle.

Ozil   7/10 | Took his goal well and was our most dangerous player once again.

Sanchez   7/10 | Gave his everything and assisted the Ozil goal, but unfortunately he was forced off with a hamstring injury. A real blow.

Giroud  5/10 | Looks knackered. No movement at all up front, his touch was poor when he did see the ball and he missed a couple of decent chances.

Subs:

Gabriel 5/10 | Had a game to forget. Awful defending for their goal and looked poor throughout with the exception of one important clearance.

Campbell 6/10 | At least he looked interested and tried to make something happen.

Oxlade-Chamberlain N/A

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One Comment

  1. Marice Winslow

    November 29, 2015 at 9:45 pm

    Sad but Arsenal will never make it under Wenger. The right side was Campbell’s to lose yet Ramsey is brought immediately back into the squad. He will not play in that position, constantly drifting into the center crowding out the likes of Ozil, Carzorla, and Giroud. Bellarin has no attack partner, effectively neutralizing the right side. And finally, his defensive contribution is poor. Can anyone remember his last great game? But he is Wenger’s favorite so the team pushed on, rather wobbly.

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