Premier League: Arsenal Vs Palace Key Performers And Player Ratings

Football News

Premier League: Arsenal surrendered a two-goal lead before VAR ruled out an eventual winner for a foul as they drew Crystal Palace at home on Sunday night

Written By Sujay Chakraborty | Mumbai | Updated On:
Premier League

Arsenal, in typical fashion, once again surrendered a two-goal lead against Crystal Palace and meanwhile have dropped two more valuable points in the race for a top-four position in the Premier League. Arsenal manager Unai Emery could only watch from the sideline as his side were dismantled by Crystal Palace attackers. We look at the key performers and the player ratings from the Premier League Matchday 10 game. 

Also read | Premier League: Throwback To The Last Time Liverpool Played Tottenham

Premier League: Arsenal vs Crystal Palace match report 

Arsenal started the game in quick fashion as they punished Palace's poor defending from corners to take a two-goal lead within the first 10 minutes. David Luiz and Sokratis scored for the Gunners in what looked to be heading for a rampant win for the home side. The first half, however, had more action in store when Palace captain Luka Milivojevic scored for the visitors from the spot. VAR had a major say in the goal after it awarded a penalty for a foul on Wilfried Zaha. The goal only meant more onslaught by Crystal Palace and more trouble for Arsenal and soon, Jordan Ayew equalised for the visitors after Luiz switched off at the back to allow the striker to ghost behind him for the goal. Arsenal thought they won the game in the 83rd minute when Sokratis scored again from the corner, but VAR intervened once again and disallowed the goal for a foul in the box. 

Also read | Liverpool Win Court Case Against Sponsors; Nike Deal On The Horizon

Premier League: Arsenal vs Crystal Palace player ratings

Arsenal

Bernd Leno:  6/10

Calum Chambers: 6/10

Sokratis Papastathopoulos: 7.5/10

David Luiz: 7/10

Kieran Tierney: 6.5/10

Matteo Guendouzi: 7/10

Granit Xhaka: 7/10

Daniel Ceballos: 7/10

Nicolas Pepe: 8/10

Alexandre Lacazette: 7/10

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang: 6/10

Substitutes

Bukayo Sako: 6/10

Sead Kolasinac: 6/10

Crystal Palace

Wayne Hennessey: 7/10

Patrick van Aanholt: 6.5/10

Gary Cahill: 7/10

James Tomkins: 6/10

Joel Ward: 7/10

James McArthur: 8/10

Luka Milivojevic: 8/10

Cheikhou Kouyate: 6/10

Wilfried Zaha: 5/10

Andros Townsend: 6/10

Jordan Ayew: 7.5/10

Substitutes

Christian Benteke: 6/10

James McCarthy: NA

Also read | Jamie Vardy: Watch The Striker's Incredible Hat-trick Vs Southampton!

Also read | Premier League: Best And Worst Months For The Top 6 Clubs In England

Published:
By 2030, 40% Indians will not have access to drinking water
SAVE WATER NOW
PEOPLE HAVE PLEDGED SO FAR
DO NOT MISS