Arsenal clashed against Wolves at the Emirates Stadium earlier today in their latest Premier League outing but could gain just a point from their latest fixture.
While Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang gave an early lead to the home side, Raul Jimenez levelled the score sheet after his goal in the second half.
Here are our Arsenal player ratings from what transpired earlier today.
Bernd Leno 7/10
The custodian was decent between the sticks and made7 saves during the game, including his fine stops to deny Matt Doherty and Ruben Neves from finding the back of the net.
Calum Chambers 6/10
Chambers galloped forward regularly and kept Diogo Jota under control on most of the occasions. However, he was a party at fault when Wolves bagged the equalizer.
The Greek defender put on a strong performance at the back and showcased a lot of resilience for the Gunners.
David Luiz 7/10
Luiz made good use of his height to deal with the crosses and thrived with a lot of confidence.
Kieran Tierney 8/10
As it was expected before the game, the left-back had some gruesome battles with Adama Traore and he didn’t flatter to deceive. He mustered 2 tackles and won 2 aerial duels during the game.
Lucas Torreira 7/10
The Uruguayan international passed the ball with an impressive pass success rate of 96%. He was effective in shielding the backline of his side and made a lot of driving runs forward.
Matteo Guendouzi 7/10
Once again, the blossoming French prodigy dazzled with the way he distributed the ball and also inked 3 tackles to his name.
Dani Ceballos 8/10
Ceballos was delightful to watch, especially after the interval. He passes the ball really well, made some decisive tackles, covered a lot of grass and made good use of the spaces that were afforded to him.
Mesut Ozil 7/10
The former German international dictated the tempo of the game in the final third with his artistic distribution and got along well with his offensive teammates.
Alexandre Lacazette 7/10
Apart from bagging an assist, Lacazette was heavily involved during his time on the pitch. He held the ball meticulously upfront and fared well in the tight areas.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 7/10
The striker scored his fiftieth goal for the north London outfit and caused a few issues for Leander Dendoncker and Conor Coady.
Gabriel Martinelli 6/10
After his introduction, he brought a lot of energy and positivity and also tracked back regularly to make defensive contributions.
Bukayo Saka 5/10
The young gun was crisp and mobile after he was brought on for Torreira late in the second half.
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