Leicester City 0-2 Arsenal: Aaron Ramsdale outstanding as Gunners clinch hard-fought victory

Leicester City 0-2 Arsenal: Player Ratings as goals from Gabriel and Emile Smith Rowe seal King Power win

Leicester City 0-2 Arsenal: Aaron Ramsdale outstanding as Gunners clinch hard-fought victory

An outstanding performance by Aaron Ramsdale helped Arsenal to a hard-fought victory over Leicester City at the King Power on Saturday lunchtime


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Arsenal beat Leicester City 2-0 at the King Power Stadium on Saturday lunchtime.

Goals from Gabriel and Emile Smith Rowe sealed a hard-fought victory notable for an outstanding performance by Aaron Ramsdale between the sticks.

The triumph saw Mikel Arteta's Gunners move up to fifth place in, level on points with West Ham in fourth ahead of the afternoon matches. 

Read on for the Gooner Fanzine's player ratings: 

Ramsdale: 9.5/10 - Outstanding. Absolutely outstanding

Tomiyasu: 8/10 - Battled throughout

White: 8/10 - An elegant and composed presence along the backline

Gabriel: 9/10 - A warrior whose excellent form over the last couple of months has helped boost the Gunners to the heady heights of fifth after a dreadful August

Varela Tavares: 7.5/10 - Put in a shift

Saka: 7.5/10 (Pépé 7/10)

Partey: 8/10 - Influential. Exciting to realise there is still so much more to come from the Gunners midfield powerhouse

Sambi Lokonga: 7.5/10 - Another who gave his all for the cause 

Smith Rowe: 8.5/10 - Another lively performance as the lively attacker continues to grow in inflluence by rthe game. Deserved his well-taken goal (Kolasinac 7/10

Lacazette: 8/10 - A true team man and a true tema performance (Ødegaard 7.5/10)

Aubameyang: 8/10 - Never let the City backline settle 


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