Grading the players: Arsenal beats Burnley 3-1 at home, rising to second place in the Premier League: Player Ratings

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  • Leandro Trossar really stood out with a 1-for-1 shot.
  • Fabio Vieira came on as a substitute but received a direct red card.
  • Arsenal moved up to second in the table, level on points with Manchester City.
listPremier League season 2023/24
race daySaturday 11 November 2023
stadiumEmirates Stadium
Competition resultsArsenal 3-1 Burnley

Arsenal didn’t miss out on winning 3 points by beating Burnley 3-1 at home. They took the lead through Leandro Trossar in first half stoppage time. and led with this score in the first half

Less than 10 minutes into the second half, the visitors equalized through Josh Brownhill, but William Saliba quickly headed in to take the lead again.

Oleksandr Zinchenko sealed the box and even though the hosts were down to just 10 players when Fabio Vieira was sent off the field with a red card. But they were able to hold on to the score until the end of the game.

At the end of this ยูฟ่าเบท game, Mikel Arteta’s team had accumulated 27 points, equal to Manchester City, but having played one more game, they were second in the group.

Arsenal player ratings (4-3-3)

GK: David Raya – 7/10

Made a great save from Johann Gudmundsson’s shot at 0-0 but was unlucky to prevent Josh Brownhill’s deflected shot.

RB: Takehiro Tomiyasu – 6/10

Participated in the equalizing goal after being scrambled by Luca Coleocho until he was able to bring the ball into the penalty area. But that was his only clear mistake in the game.

CB: William Saliba – 8/10

make a mistake Intending to steal the ball but ended up paying for Gudmundson to get the target, but it’s still good that Raya saved it, but other than that, he did a very good job. Including scoring goals for the team as well.

CB: Gabriel Magalhaes – 7/10

I didn’t make any mistakes that were ugly. But the ball was not properly blocked, leading to the away team’s equalizing goal. In addition, he uses his aerial strength well in both defense and offense.

LB: Oleksandr Zinchenko – 8/10

Score a beautiful goal to put the team away and seal the box. Almost always involved when the team has to play from the back. It is considered one of his best performances this season.

CM: Kai Havertz – 5/10

It’s like you still have to adapt to a new system and position. Which has been like this since I moved. Had a close header opportunity in the first half but missed the target spectacularly.

CM: Jorginho – 7/10

Received the opportunity to play continuously during the time Martin Odegaard and Thomas Partey were injured. His control of the midfield was quite impressive. Use your strengths in passing and placing the ball to your advantage.

CM: Declan Rice – 7/10

Another good performance from the England midfielder. They are almost everywhere in the field. It’s a shame that Nah should have been named as the scorer in this game. But his long-range shot was just off the post.

RW: Bukayo Saka – 7/10

Looks quite sharp after being hit by fitness issues. Unfortunately, the goal was not scored. But he was also named an assist for Trossar to shoot into the lead.

ST: Leandro Trossar – 8/10

He was willing to hurt himself with a full-body header to give Arsenal the lead, and he was also the one who opened the corner for Saliba to head in the second goal. It’s the most outstanding in the game. And he should continue to get opportunities to start.

LW: Gabriel Martinelli – 6/10

Unfortunately he couldn’t score or assist despite playing well. Flickered but seemed to fall off the horse at the last moment.


Fabio Vieira (replace Havertz, 59′) – 1/10 –  Deserves a red card. From the launch of the stomp to Brownhill’s knee, it wasn’t necessary, even though the team was already ahead.

Eddie Nketiah (replaces Trossar, 81′) – N/A – 

Reiss Nelson (replaces Saka, 81′) – N/A – 

Jakub Kivior (replaces Martinelli, 89′) – N/A –