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Sambi Lokonga and Partey struggle in Arsenal player ratings, Smith Rowe excels



Arsenal were held to a 0-0 draw by Brighton on Saturday evening, despite a dismal display from Mikel Arteta’s team. Mikel Arteta, fresh off a tremendous 3-1 victory against Tottenham in the North London Derby, traveled to the south coast with only one absence. Granit Xhaka’s knee injury will keep him out for the rest of the season. And, after starting last time out in the Premier League, the only alteration in the starting lineup was the addition of Albert Sambi Lokonga in midfield.

Aaron Ramsdale

England’s goalkeeper had a string of confident performances. But he appeared apprehensive at times in the damp conditions today. It was a terrible time for him to let one slide through his fingers from a corner that Lewis Dunk should have scored from. 5.

Takehiro Tomiyasu

Another solid defensive performance from the Japanese international. He has rapidly built a partnership with his teammates. But he needs to work on his throw-ins. The number of foul throws was reminiscent of a Hector Bellerin tribute act. 6.

Ben White

On his return to the Amex, the England international put in a solid display. Good in the air and kept Mauapay quiet for the most part. But, White failed to play out from the back, as did the rest of Arsenal’s backline. 6.


Another excellent display of leadership by the Brazilian, who won everything in the air. Arsenal struggled to keep the ball on the ground from goal kicks, so it wasn’t their best performance on the ball. 6.


Looked a bit uncertain in his position and fought to keep Leandro Trossard quiet in the first half. Grew into it a little in the second, but wasn’t able to have much of an attacking impact. 5.

Thomas Partey

The Ghanaian’s shooting isn’t his strength. Three long-distance attempts fell short of the mark. He wasn’t the finest on the ball though. He was frequently robbed of possession, much to his manager’s frustration. 5.

Albert Sambi Lokonga

The Belgian never looked like he knew where he was meant to be. Stood as if he was attempting to fill the shoes of Granit Xhaka. Poor when not in possession and not much better when in possession. 4.

Bukayo Saka

A bright spark for Arsenal who looked dangerous when he got into the game down the right flank. But, such opportunities were few and far between. 7.

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Bukayo Saka in action for Arsenal in their Premier League fixture against Brighton at the Amex Arena. (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

Martin Odegaard

Struggled to get into the game. Appeared to be growing upset with his teammates as they failed to press as high as he desired. 6.

Emile Smith Rowe

Another strong performance from the Hale Ender. Smith Rowe was the only player who displayed continuous flashes of brilliance. As he looked to decide the game for his team, he made some great spins to avoid the Brighton press. 8.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Didn’t get a sniff as Brighton dominated possession. But when the ball did come his way, he struggled to make it stick. A dismal follow-up to last week’s excellent performance against Spurs. 5.


Nicolas Pepe

Was anonymous when he came on on the left but did a lot more when he went to the right. But it took a lot of effort to get the best of Dan Burn. 6.

Alexandre Lacazette

Immediately enhanced Arsenal’s offense with his link-up play and effectively pulled his teammates into the game during a rare Premier League appearance. 7.

Ainsley Maitland-Niles

Came on too late to have an impact on the game.

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