Arsenal Worst and Best Players in Commanding Premier League Win vs Chelsea

Arsenal ignited their Premier League title campaign with a commanding 5-0 victory over Chelsea, propelling themselves forward with authority.

The Gunners displayed dominance at the Emirates, delivering a clinical performance that silenced Mauricio Pochettino’s side. Although the first half was somewhat tense for Mikel Arteta’s squad, they secured their second goal, rendering Chelsea ineffective against the hosts and ultimately succumbing to defeat.

Below are the standout players from Arsenal in the game, as per AFCN player ratings, showcasing both their worst and best performers.

Arsenal Best Player vs Chelsea

Ben White – 10/10

Ben White proved to be a formidable force against the Blues, consistently embarking on dynamic runs across the field. His determination paid off as he secured his inaugural senior brace, albeit with a stroke of luck.

His initial goal found the bottom right corner courtesy of his left foot, showcasing both finesse and a departure from his usual style as a right-back.

The second goal may have involved an element of chance, but White’s positioning and timing were still crucial in converting the opportunity.

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Martin Odegaard – 9/10

Martin Odegaard’s display against Chelsea could easily be hailed as his finest in an Arsenal jersey, despite not finding the back of the net.

His mesmerising turns rendered him one of the most impactful playmakers on the field, leaving the Blues helpless in their attempts to contain him. Odegaard’s performance seemed to toy with Chelsea, leaving them unable to thwart his advances.

Arsenal’s Worst Player vs Chelsea

William Saliba – 6/10

Selecting the weakest player from a triumphant 5-0 victory poses a challenge, yet William Saliba appeared somewhat uneasy during the initial half, particularly when contending with Nicolas Jackson.

He seemed to falter in the speed duel against the striker, occasionally affording him excessive room in offensive maneuvers. But, does anyone truly take notice of such nuances?

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