Arsenal player ratings vs Sevilla as two score 8/10 and one scores 5/10 in 2-1 victory

SEVILLE, SPAIN - OCTOBER 24: Gabriel Jesus of Arsenal celebrates after scoring the team's second goal during the UEFA Champions League match between Sevilla FC and Arsenal FC at Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan on October 24, 2023 in Seville, Spain. (Photo by Fran Santiago/Getty Images)

David Raya: The Spaniard had a somewhat shaky start, nearly making a costly distribution error. However, he improved significantly in the second half. 5.

Ben White: A reliable performance, showcasing his defensive prowess and contributing to the team’s solid defensive display. 6.

William Saliba: Provided a strong defensive presence, effectively holding the backline and thwarting the opposition’s attacks. 6.

Gabriel: Produced a consistent performance in defence, contributing to the team’s overall stability. 6.

Takehiro Tomiyasu: Stood out with an impressive all-around performance and warrants a regular starting place. 7.

Jorginho: Managed the midfield well, dictating the tempo of the game and maintaining possession effectively. 6.

Declan Rice: Another dependable performance in midfield, offering solid defensive support and ball retention. 6.

Martin Odegaard: The Gunners captain had a somewhat underwhelming outing, struggling to exert significant influence on the match. 5.

Bukayo Saka: The winger had a quieter game than usual, with limited impact in the attack. 5.

Gabriel Jesus: Jesus was the standout player of the match, putting in an excellent shift, which included scoring a crucial goal and playing a pivotal role in the attack. 8.

Gabriel Martinelli: Had a strong game, making a significant impact by scoring a goal and showcasing his versatility in attack. 7.


Eddie Nketiah: Came on too late to influence the game. n/a.

Kai Havertz: Made a solid contribution after coming on as a substitute, maintaining the team’s performance level. 6.

Leandro Trossard: Entered the game late and didn’t have sufficient time to influence the outcome. n/a.

Jakub Kiwior: Late entry into the match limited his opportunity to make a meaningful contribution. n/a.