CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Vote for Odegaard to win UCL Player of the Week.

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Vote for Odegaard to win UCL Player of the Week.

Because of his outstanding performance in our 4-0 victory over PSV Eindhoven, Martin Odegaard has been nominated for the Champions League Player of the Week award.

The winner will be chosen by the supporter vote.

Our captain put on an excellent performance to help us to a resounding victory, scoring once and producing the shot that forced Walter Benitez into a parry that allowed Bukayo Saka to score our first goal.

Additionally, he traveled 12.69 kilometers during the match, received more touches than any other player (82) and completed 64% of his passes with the greatest accuracy.

Martin won the Player of the Match award for his efforts at Emirates Stadium, and if he wins the weekly vote, he may be in line for additional awards.

He will compete against players like Jude Bellingham, who scored late to give Real Madrid a 1-0 victory over Union Berlin, Joao Félix of Barcelona, who scored twice against Antwerp, Galeno of Porto, who scored three goals against Shakhtar Donetsk, and others.

Voting for Martin is open right now, and supporters have until Friday at 2 p.m. UK time to decide.


ARSENAL vs. PSV PLAYER RATINGS: The Champions League was made for Bukayo Saka and the magnificent Martin Odegaard!

PSV vs.Arsenal.

The pair appeared completely at ease as the Gunners dominated in their first top-tier European game in seven years, winning 4-0.

On Wednesday, Arsenal easily defeated PSV 4-0 at home as they made their Champions League comeback.

As Bukayo Saka, Leandro Trossard, and Gabriel Jesus all scored for the dominant hosts before halftime, the Gunners had the game in hand.


However, Mikel Arteta’s team’s performance was not limited to the front three.

In the second half, Martin Odegaard scored a stunning goal after forming a remarkable connection with his teammates.

David Raya appeared strong after maintaining his position in goal at Aaron Ramsdale’s expense, and Declan Rice provided effective deep-ball orchestration.

From the Emirates Stadium, GOAL assigns ratings to Arsenal players.

David Raya.

Goalkeeper and Defense.

8 out of 10 for David Raya.

under pressure after beating out Ramsdale for the job and demonstrating his merit.

He had a strong distribution, four saves, and a commanding presence in his box.

He also grabbed crosses.

7 out of 10 for Ben White.

Despite playing against Lang, PSV’s most dangerous player, they did well to prevent him from putting dangerous balls in.

William Saliba scored an eight out of ten.

Another relaxed performance to keep De Jong quiet—always cool on the ball.

7 out of 10 for Gabriel Magalhaes.

made some strong passes and exuded strength next to Saliba.

Oleksandr Zinchenko scored a 7 out of 10.

started out at left-back but switched to the center and other open spots as Arsenal approached the PSV box.


Martin Odegaard scored 9 out of 10.

In the area around PSV’s box, tidy with the ball and made a lot of risky passes and shots, which resulted in a beautiful long-range goal.

Declan Rice scored a 7 out of 10.

Nothing was too much for him as he dropped deep to seize the ball, direct Arsenal plays, and stop a few PSV attacks.

Kai Havertz gave it a 6 out of 10.

He looked capable of producing in the second half and his passing was adequate.

Arsenal PSV 2023-24Getty | Gabriel Jesus Bukayo Saka Leandro Trossard.


8/10 for Bukayo Saka.

passed to Odegaard, who then assisted Trossard in scoring the second goal by jumping on the rebound after the Dane’s shot was saved.

7/10 for Gabriel Jesus.

Initially, he didn’t have much room because PSV sat deep, but he fought his way into the game and found himself in the ideal spot to score his team’s third goal.

Leandro Trossard scored a 8 out of 10.

had a slow start but found a good pass in the box, fired in a stunning goal moments later, and then found Jesus with a flawless cross to score the third.

Mikel Arteta 2023–24

Subs and manager.

Takehiro Tomiyasu scored 6 out of 10.

Before the hour mark, he replaced Zinchenko and looked good.

Reiss Nelson gave it a 7 out of 10.

took over for Trossard and had a few good moments, including helping to set up Odegaard’s goal.

Six out of ten for Emile Smith Rowe.

replaced Jesus and jumped right into the fight, aiding in the development of the fourth strike.

Fabio Vieira gave it a 6 out of 10.

After replacing Saka, the replacement appeared energized on the wing.

Jorginho scored 6 out of 10.

A dependable ball player who only came on for the final 15 minutes.

Mikel Arteta scored a 9 out of 10.

His team choice and strategy were spot on.

For the prevailing Gunners, even his changes were successful.

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