Grading Arsenal’s players in the Premier League game, the match that defeated West Ham 0-6: Player Ratings

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The Gunners maintained their excellent form by defeating West Ham 0-6 in the London derby game. This week, grab 3 points to continue chasing the leader.

Grading Arsenal's players in the Premier League game, the match that defeated West Ham 0-6: Player Ratings

Arsenal player ratings

David Raya – 7
There were few moments where he had to make a few saves. But today, when they were pressed by West Ham early in the game, they seemed to do a good job of releasing the ball from the back.

Gabriel – 7
scored again from a close free kick with a defense that today was considered strong in chasing down the home team’s offensive line. Paired with Saliba, there was no mistake.

William Saliba – 7
scored the opener for Teeth from a free kick. After that, overall it was considered a good job in dealing with Jarrod Bowen, unable to create any chances throughout the game.

Jakup Kivior – 7
Doesn’t have to come into the middle too much. Makes the performance in the left defensive game look quite good. There is a chance to fill up and get a chance to open.

Ben White – 7,
got one assist from Rice’s open shot. Today his role is more about moving into the middle and moving Kivior to the left.

Declan Rice – 9
Even though he faced his old team, he didn’t have any form. With an excellent performance with 1 goal and 1 assist in this game. Plus he was able to control the game in the midfield throughout the game.

Martin Odegaard – 8
outstanding roles in shaping the game up front There was hardly any pressure from West Ham’s defense, making this game quite convenient with the space they had until they were able to get 2 assists tonight.

Kai Havertz – 7
Did a good job in set play, often looking for advantageous areas. Participated in the offensive game but still couldn’t do much.

Gabriel Martinelli – 7
Has a lot of space up front. Got a chance to make some games. But the final moment still lacked precision.

Bukayo Saka – 9
plays a huge role in the offensive game. Call a penalty for the team and get ready to kill yourself without missing a beat. Ready to add another goal later. Until making the record for being the youngest Arsenal player to score 50 goals in the Premier League.

Leandro Trossar – 8
came in to take on the role of a “false 9” striker, always participating in the attacking game. The performance is quite outstanding, both with the ball. Finding space and finishing with 1 goal from a beautiful spinning moment.


Mohamed Elneny replaced Rice in the 67th – 7th minute and
was given the opportunity to play again. There is some chance of shooting from afar. Did a good job chasing the ball in the midfield.

Eddie Enketiah replaced Trossar in the 67th – 6th minute,
still playing with the ball quite a bit. During the time of entering the field

Reiss Nelson replaced Saka in the 67th – 6th minute,
being closely matched. But there were some beautiful moments with the ball.

Ethan Enwaneri replaced Martinelli in the 77th – 7th minute.
The 16-year-old star was given the opportunity to come onto the field as a substitute in this game. His performance looked solid, playing without being shy even though the opponent was trying to force him. Whatever the area

Cedric Soares replaced White in the 77th – 6th minute,
making his debut in the Premier League this season.