Willian 9, Gabriel 8, Michael Hector 4: Fulham v Arsenal player ratings

Willian 9, Gabriel 8, Michael Hector 4: Fulham v Arsenal player ratings
Willian 9, Gabriel 8, Michael Hector 4: Fulham v Arsenal player ratings

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - FULHAM RATINGS: Marek Rodak – 6. Couldn’t do much about any of the goals and produced a few strong saves to avoid a complete rout. PA

Denis Odoi – 5. Was given a thorough run around up against Arsenal’s quick attacks. To be fair, containing Aubameyang is as tough as it gets for full backs. AFP

Michael Hector – 4. Inexcusably bad defending at the corner that led to Gabriel’s goal. Getty Images

Tim Ream – 5. Made a mess of an attempted clearance that resulted in Lacazette’s opening goal. Reuters

Joe Bryan – 6. Like the rest of the Fulham defence, was under constant pressure from Arsenal’s forwards but stuck to his task. AFP

Harrison Reed – 5. Couldn’t get a foothold in the game in his first Premier League appearance as a permanent Fulham player.AP

Tom Cairney – 5. Fulham’s captain made little impact on the match. Reuters

Neeskens Kebano – 5. Named after the great Johan Neeskens but this was not a performance the Dutch midfielder would’ve been proud of. AFP

Josh Onomah – 5. Took fewer touches than Arsenal goalkeeper Leno, who had little to do all game. Says it all about his contribution. EPA

Ivan Cavaleiro – 6. Looked like he could cause a few problems based on the first few minutes but faded fast. AP

Aboubakar Kamara – 6. Full of running but starved of service in a game where Fulham rarely troubled Arsenal in the final third. EPA

SUBS: Aleksandar Mitrovic (63’) – 7. Fulham’s liveliest player and tried to force chances. Might have caused trouble if he had more time on the pitch. AFP

André-Frank Zambo Anguissa (63’) – 5. Such was his impact, the only available photo was this one of him behind Ceballos. AP

Bobby Reid (75’) – 5. Game was already lost when he came on. Getty Images

ARSENAL RATINGS: Bernd Leno – 7. Days won’t come much easier than this. Was involved so little that pitchside photographers didn’t bother taking any action shots of the German goalkeeper. Reuters

Rob Holding – 7. A composed and assured performance. Looks to have won over Mikel Arteta. AFP

Gabriel – 8. Super debut for the Brazilian, tucking home a header for Arsenal’s second and kept a clean sheet. Reuters

Kieran Tierney – 7. Got forward, always offered an outlet on the left flank, and handled his defensive duties well. EPA

Hector Bellerin – 6. A solid performance from the Spaniard. Docked a point for a ridiculous rugby tackle. Reuters

Mohamed Elneny – 7. A comfortable afternoon back in the Arsenal midfield for the Egyptian. Getty Images

Granit Xhaka – 6. Is there a footballer on Earth who loves a sideways pass more than the Swiss? AP

Ainsley Maitland-Niles – 6. A lively start and kept running at Fulham’s full-backs but didn’t offer much end product. AP

Willian – 9. Almost scored a marvellous debut goal only for his free-kick to hit the post. Still produced a hat-trick of assists, though. A fine debut from the Brazilian. EPA

Alexandre Lacazette – 7. Scored Arsenal’s first goal of the season and they won’t come any simpler than this tap-in. Had a few other chances he perhaps could’ve done better with. Reuters

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – 8. Scored the third with a fine, curling finish into the top corner. Was a constant menace. EPA

SUBS: Nicolas Pepe (76’) – 6. Tried to impact the game by getting in behind the Fulham backline but ultimately made little contribution. Getty Images

Dani Ceballos (79’) – 7. Only on the pitch for 11 minutes but still displayed his class. Fulham will be grateful the Spaniard didn’t start. AFP

Eddie Nketiah (87’) – N/A. Little time to make any difference. Getty Images

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