Jamie Vardy 8; Eddie Nketiah sent off, David Luiz 7 - Arsenal v Leicester City ratings

Jamie Vardy 8; Eddie Nketiah sent off, David Luiz 7 - Arsenal v Leicester City ratings
Jamie Vardy 8; Eddie Nketiah sent off, David Luiz 7 - Arsenal v Leicester City ratings

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - ARSENAL RATINGS: Emiliano Martinez - 7: Conceded his first goal since replacing the injured Bernd Leno. EPA

Shkodran Mustafi - 8: German was in the wars but was as brave as a lion. AFP

David Luiz - 7: At the heart of Arsenal's late rearguard effort. Reuters

Sead Kolasinac - 6: Conned the officials into thinking he was fouled to rule out Iheanacho's first-half goal. EPA

Hector Bellerin - 6: A solid if unspectacular outing from the Spaniard. Reuters

Dani Ceballos - 7: Defence splitting pass to give Arsenal the lead. Spaniard showed real quality on the ball. EPA

Granit Xhaka - 7: Stood tall with the Gunners under pressure following Nketiah's sending off. EPA

Kieran Tierney - 6: Stung Schmeichel's hands with a first-half half-volley but faded in the second half. AFP

Bukayo Saka - 7: Kept a cool head to slide in Aubameyang to open the score and caused Leicester problems before being replaced in the second half. AFP

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang - 8: His goal took him to 20 in the league for a fifth consecutive season. EPA

Alexandre Lacazette - 6: A frustrating night for the Frenchman who saw a goal-bound effort heroically saved by Schmeichel. Reuters

SUBS: Joe Willock (on for Saka 71') - 5: Spent most of his run out defending as Arsenal were reduced to 10 men. AFP

Eddie Nketiah (on for Lacazette, 71') - NA: Sent off before he even touched the ball for a reckless challenge on Justin; Torreira (on for Ceballos 80') - NA. Reuters

LEICESTER RATINGS: Kasper Schmeichel - 8: Pulled off a stunning save to deny Lacazette in the first half and his kicking to release Vardy on occasion was beautiful. AFP

James Justin - 8: Youngster is proving a more than able understudy for the injured Ricardo Pereira. Provided quality service down Leicester's right. AFP

Ryan Bennett - 7: Looked as though he would creak under Arsenal's relentless first-half pressure but improved in the second before making way for Praet. Reuters

Jonny Evans - 7: The Northern Irishman made some vital clearances to snuff out danger. EPA

Caglar Soyuncu - 6: Unfortunate slip allowed Saka to supply the cross for Arsenal's goal. EPA

Marc Albrighton - 6: Often stymied his own side's attacks. Replaced on the hour. Reuters

Wilfried Ndidi - 6: Frenchman still a long way short of his bone-shuddering best. Reuters

Youri Tielemans - 6: The Belgian was sensational in the first-half of the campaign but has suffered as much as any as Leicester have struggled to replicate that form. AFP

Ayoze Perez - 6: Picked up the ball in deep areas but failed to inflict any real damage. AFP

Kelechi Iheanacho - 7: Had what looked a legitimate goal chalked off and tested Martinez with a volley before making way for Barnes on the hour. Reuters

Jamie Vardy - 8: The Leicester striker continues to move up the goalscoring charts both as this season's Premier League's top scorer and as the newest member to its 100 club. Smart finish on a slippery surface. AFP

SUBS: Harvey Barnes (on for Iheanacho, 60') - 6: Showed real purpose in attack. AFP

Christian Fuchs (on for Albrighton, 60') - 6: The Foxes looked a much better balanced team when he came on at wing-back. Reuters

Demarai Gray (on for Bennett, 76') - 7: Smart substitution as Arsenal were reduced to 10 men. The winger looked to stretch the game and provided the assist for Vardy. Reuters

Dennis Praet (on for Ndidi, 82') - NA

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