Arsenal threw away a two-goal lead against Watford, allowing the side bottom of the table an embarrassing 28 shots, but who was Arsenal’s best and worst players on the day?
It’s not hard to work out who the best was – Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang with a Fotmob rating of 8.6 for his two goals.
Behind him came Ainsley-Maitland Niles with a 7.2 before Ozil, in his first match of the season with a 7.
The German won four duels, was successful with all three of his dribbles, played one key pass, and won the ball back three times. Away from home.
At the other end of the scale, we have multiple candidates but let’s do the worst three in reverse order.
Bernd Leno, with a 6.2 follows up his poor showing against Tottenham.
Next comes a surprising player. Taken off after 60 minutes, Dani Ceballos only racked up a 6.1, losing four of his five duels but winning the ball back seven times.
The worst, however, with a score as embarrassing as the number of shots Arsenal conceded, was Sokratis with a 5.1.
It was a bad day at the office all around for Arsenal, and that includes Unai Emery who managed to make things worse as he tried to save the game.
The result has left many Arsenal fans wondering how much longer they give the Spaniard, and it’s a sentiment I share.