Hull City vs Arsenal (1-4) Player ratings: Sanchez, Iwobi and Xhaka stars as Gunners win three in a row
Arsenal have won three in a row after their impressive 4-1 victory against Hull City. The Gunners were dominating from the start at KCOM stadium as Alexis Sanchez put the visitors in front in just 17 minutes from kick-off.
The Gunners were in complete control as Hull City were reduced to 10 men before the half time. Arsenal went for the kill in the second half as Theo Walcott managed to score the second goal for the Gunners at 55 minutes.
Hull City were given a hope to comeback into the game when Snodgrass scored at 79 minutes courtesy of a penalty. However, the Gunners have finished the game on a high as Sanchez scored the third while Xhaka scored a stunner in the extra time to cap off an excellent performance.
Here we look at the Arsenal’s player ratings in their 4-1 win at KCOM stadium as they now are in second position in Premier League with 10 points.
Cech – 6
The Czech international was recalled to the starting line up for David Ospina but have not been up to the mark as he was booked for his tackle on Mbokani as Hull scored from the penalty.
The exciting youngster have had a decent game but has bit had a major part in their game but was tidy overall.
The German has improved a lot from his previous outing as he is getting used to the pace of Premier League.
Being the leader of Arsenal defense, the Frenchman has yet again marshaled the defense as they put up a great performance together.
Have managed to keep Snodgrass quiet on the left side of the attack and have been decent overall.
The midfielder has been showing a lot of promise in the last few games and have been very impressive.
The Spaniard was not up to the mark in the game as he picked up an yellow card and was lucky not to be sent off.
Possibly the pick of the midfielders as the new signing is showing why is so highly rated by Wenger. He capped off his impressive performance with a great strike at the end.
Had played a crucial role in Arsenal’s attacks as he played his hand in two goals. The Englishman had scored the second goal for Arsenal.
The German had yet again produced another fine performance in an Arsenal shirt as he impressed with his creativity. However, he failed to produce quality finishing in this game.
The Chilean had continued his fine form as he scored a brace to cap of his performance. However, he missed a penalty during the closing stages of first half.
The youngster is the brightest thing in the match as he has shone well with his skills on the left side of the attack. Man of the Match performance without a doubt as he was involved in two goals before being subbed off at 77min.
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