Like in the first leg, nothing the German could do about Benfica’s goals. Other than that he had very little to do.
Hector Bellerin 5
Fine defensively, but going forward he struggled to make an impact on the game - which has been an issue for him this season.
David Luiz 6
Not at fault for either goal but passing out from the back was not up to its usual level. Not at his commanding best.
Gabriel Magalhaes 6
Was perhaps marginally better than Luiz, but doesn’t look quite like the force he was earlier on this season.
Kieran Tierney 7
Was looking a little lacklustre, but then burst into life by scoring a brilliant goal to make it 2-2.
Dani Ceballos 4
Was having a good game, but it quickly turned into a nightmare. Gave away the free-kick for the opening Benfica goal and then his poor header set through Rafa Silva to score the second.
Granit Xhaka 6
Controlled things quite nicely in the midfield and didn’t really make any errors.
Bukayo Saka 8 | Star man
The teenager was the hero and Arsenal’s saviour once again. Set up Aubameyang for his first goal with a beautifully disguised pass and then crossed to him for the winner, too.
Martin Odegaard 5
Wasn’t really in the game and when he did have the ball the Norwegian failed to make the impact you’d expect from your No10.
Emile Smith Rowe 5
Struggled and didn’t have a great game. Has impressed since coming into the side, but doesn’t look as effective playing out left.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 8
A much better performance from the Arsenal captain. Took his first goal well and then bagged the winner with minutes to go.
Willian (Smith Rowe 63’) 6
Came off the bench and put in one of his better performances for a long time. Set up Tierney for Arsenal’s second goal.
Thomas Partey (Ceballos 63’) 5
First game back since injuring his hamstring earlier this month. A quiet cameo.
Alexandre Lacazette (Bellerin 78’) N/A
Calum Chambers (Saka 90’) N/A
Mohamed Elneny (Odegaard 90’) N/A
Subs not used: Ryan, Hein, Mari, Cedric, Martinelli, Nketiah.