Alex Iwobi what once again fantastic during Arsenal’s 3-2 win over Manchester City.

The Gunners came from 1-0 down to win thanks to goals from Alex Iwobi, Theo Walcott and Chuba Akpom.

Here’s how they all got on.

Petr Cech – 7

Didn’t have a huge amount to do and the goal wasn’t really his fault.

Hector Bellerin – 6

Speedy and sharp as usual.

Rob Holding – 6

Not bad, considering Gabriel threw him in the deep end by being a terrible partner.

Gabriel – 4

Shockingly, the defender was out of position for City’s 30th minute goal. He also kept leaving 20-year-old Rob Holding to mark Sergio Aguero, which is really terrible.

Hopefully, his injury isn’t too serious.

Nacho Monreal – 6

The Spaniard looked lively and put through some lovely balls down the flank.

Granit Xhaka – 6.5

Another superb performance, his passes forward were brilliant.

Francis Coquelin – 5.5

Missed a practically open goal because he hesitated and allowed the City defence to crowd him. Elneny would have scored that.

Aaron Ramsey – 6.5

The Wales international looked sharp and fit going forward. However, his shooting and free-kicks need work.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain – 6

The wide-man had a huge chance in the 18th minute but his chip was marginally wide. He should have done better.

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He did well to force City into a couple of mistakes at the back and other than being slightly rusty in front of goal, he was otherwise pretty good in five-second bursts. He chased every ball down and looked energetic. However, this is the problem. He looks fantastic for about five seconds and then loses the ball.

Alexis Sanchez – 6.5

The Chilean looked fit, as always, and linked up well with Aaron Ramsey.

Alex Iwobi – 5.5

The forward was uncharacteristically quiet… until he scored our first goal just after half-time.

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Mohamed Elneny – 6

Far more comfortable on the ball than Coquelin.

Theo Walcott – 7

Excellent work for Iwobi’s goal – playing out right suits him… who would have thought it, eh?

He also scored our second goal, putting us ahead for the first time in the match.

Santi Cazorla

Joel Campbell

Mathieu Debuchy

Kieran Gibbs

Chuba Akpom

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