Dani Ceballos 8 out of 10, Chris Basham 5: Sheffield United v Arsenal player ratings

Dani Ceballos 8 out of 10, Chris Basham 5: Sheffield United v Arsenal player ratings
Dani Ceballos 8 out of 10, Chris Basham 5: Sheffield United v Arsenal player ratings

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - SHEFFIELD UNITED RATINGS: Dean Henderson - 7: Pulled off a superb save to deny Nicolas Pepe in the first half. Reuters

Chris Basham - 5: Gave away a needless penalty and then missed a gilt-edged chance to draw United level. Reuters

John Egan - 6: Had a second-half goal chalked off by VAR for offside. Reuters

Jack Robinson - 6: Booked for a foul on Eddie Nketiah that was in keeping with the Blades defender being second best to every ball. Reuters

George Baldock - 6: One of many Sheffield United players struggling to regain his pre-lockdown form. Reuters

John Lundstram - 6: Snapped at Arsenal heels before departing to a nasty looking injury, EPA

Oliver Norwood - 6: Tried gamely to keep his side in the fight in search of an equaliser. Reuters

John Fleck -7: Feisty midfielder refused to be cowed and took the fight to the Gunners. Reuters

Enda Stevens - 7: Kept the Arsenal defence on its toes with his crosses and throw-ins from the left. Reuters

Oliver McBurnie - 7: Striker's height caused the Arsenal defence a few anxious moments. AFP

David McGoldrick - 7: God loves a trier, and the Sheffield United striker was in the right place to take advantage of shambolic Arsenal defending for the equaliser. AFP

SUBS: Sander Berge (on for Lundstram, 35') - 6: The usual no-thrills from the Norwegian. Reuters

Kieron Freeman (on for Baldock 62') - 6: Showed some nice touches. Reuters

Billy Sharp (on for Basham 75') - 5: Could have sent Blades through with a late chance. EPA

Emiliano Martinez - 7: Denied Billy Sharp with a smart save that allowed the Gunners to break forward and score a late winner. EPA

Ainsley Maitland-Niles - 6: Was kept honest in defence by the industry of Enda Stevens. Reuters

Shkodran Mustafi - 6: The experienced German made some vital interceptions but part of the problem when it came to defending crosses into the box. EPA

David Luiz - 6: A new one-year contract secured for the Brazilian, who put in a reassuring performance before going off injured in the second half. Reuters

Sead Kolasinac - 7: Stuck to his task and combined well with Tierney down Arsenal's left . Reuters

Granit Xhaka - 7: The Swiss' transformation from fall guy to mainstay this season has been nothing short of remarkabe. Destroyed plenty of United attacks and always looked to release the likes of Pepe into space. AFP

Joe Willock: Covered plenty of ground after suffering a head collision with Oliver McBurnie midway through the first half. Reuters

Kieran Tierney - 7: Was a constant threat as Arsenal enjoyed plenty of success down the Scot's flank. Reuters

Bukayo Saka - 7: Forward tailed off in the second half after showing glimpses of his potential in the first. EPA

Nicolas Pepe - 8: The Ivorian always looked to cut in from the right flank and could easily have had a hat-trick but for wayward finishing and a fine Henderson save. EPA

Alexandre Lacazette - 7: Was unfortunate to be off the field receiving treatment to convert the penalty he won. The Frenchman linked well with his two wide forwards before being replaced in the second half. Reuters

SUBS: Eddie Nketiah (on for Lacazette, 67') - 7: Used his pace to stretch United on the break. Reuters

Rob Holding (on for Luiz, 54'): 6: Looked more assured than his partner Mustafi but completely misjudged his attempted header for Sheffield United's equaliser. EPA

Dani Ceballos (on for Willock, 67') - 8: Superbly taken winner to send Arsenal into a 30th FA Cup semi-final. Reuters

Sokratis (on for Pepe 90+3') - NA: Brought on at the death to ensure Arsenal didn't shoot themselves in the foot again. EPA

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