A pretty quiet night for the German and he could do little about the Olympiacos goal. Made a brilliant save in the first-half to deny Youssef El-Arabi.
Was fine and didn’t really make any errors. Performance, however, strengthened Cedric Soares’ hopes of being the first-choice right-back.
Not the rock he has been in recent weeks, but marginally better than his centre-back partner. Looked tired towards the end and in need of a rest.
A rare blip from the Brazilian, who has been excellent recently. Caught out a few times by a simple long ball forward.
Got forward a few times and put in some nice balls, however like the rest of the team he was a bit off the pace tonight.
Lots of energy and was his usual busy self, but failed to really make an impact. Hooked before the hour mark for Thomas Partey.
Didn’t control the game like he usually does and not as solid as he is when alongside Thomas Partey.
Some bright moments out wide and looked the most likely of Arsenal’s players to score. Will be frustrated he didn’t make more of this chance to start.
Had a few nice moments and passes, but didn’t really suit playing as the team’s No10. Taken off before the hour mark for Martin Odegaard.
Nowhere near the level he was on Sunday against Tottenham, but better than some of his team-mates on a poor night.
Pierre-Emerick Aubamyang 4
A very quiet return for the captain. Missed a golden chance in each half that you’d expect him to bury usually, and then one late on too.
Thomas Partey (Elneny 55’) 5
Came on and initially steadied the ship, but then got sloppy towards the end of the game.
Martin Odegaard (Ceballos 55’) 6
Looked bright off the bench and created some good chances.
Gabriel Martinelli (Smith Rowe 82’) N/A
Calum Chambers (Bellerin 82’) N/A
Subs not used: Ryan, Okwonko, Chambers, Mari, Holding, Cedric, Martinelli, Nelson, Nketiah, Lacazette.