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[Player Ratings] Arsenal 3-0 Dinamo Zagreb: Ozil & Sanchez Outstanding For Gunners

Arsenal kept alive their hopes of qualifying for the knockout stages of the Champions League after beating Dinamo Zagreb 3-0. Here are my ratings.

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Arsenal kept alive their hopes of qualifying for the knockout stages of the Champions League after beating Dinamo Zagreb 3-0 at the Emirates on Tuesday night.

Alexis Sanchez was among the goals again with a brace while the Chilean international also set-up Mesut Ozil for the opening goal midway through the first half as we eased to a comfortable win.

These are my ratings from the game:

Cech  7/10 | Relatively comfortable night. Made one superb save though to maintain his clean sheet.

Bellerin  7/10 | Showed his searing pace at times and wasn’t troubled in defence.

Koscielny  7/10 | Made a couple of important interceptions and was able to bring the ball out from the back on occasion.

Mertesacker  7/10 | Easy night’s work for the big German as Zagreb offered little going forward.

Monreal  7.5/10 | Another solid shift from the ever-reliable Spaniard and he popped up with a superb assist for the second goal.

Flamini  6.5/10 | In for Coquelin and didn’t really put a foot wrong but doesn’t offer what his French counterpart can.

Cazorla  8/10 | Superb all-round display from Santi. All that was lacking was a much-needed goal.

Campbell  7.5/10 | Very impressive performance capped with a sensational assist for Sanchez’s second goal.

Ozil  9/10 | Opened the scoring with a fine header and almost grabbed another in the second half. His passing was superb all game. A joy to watch.

Alexis  9.5/10 | Sensational performance. Set up the opener and sealed the win with a brace. Tirelessly worked all game and went close to completing his hat-trick but it wasn’t to be.

Giroud  6/10 | Disappointing. He looks like he’s running on empty now as the lack of movement was clear for all to see.

Subs:

Ramsey 6/10, Chambers N/A, Debuchy N/A

The victory, combined with Bayern Munich’s win in Germany, means we need to beat Olympiakos by two clear goals or by 3-2, 4-3, etc, in two weeks time to qualify for the last 16.

However, it’s time to turn our attention back to domestic matters and a trip to Norwich City this weekend….

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