CHAMPIONS LEAGUE PLAYER RATINGS: Lens defeats Arsenal 2-1 in the Champions League.

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE PLAYER RATINGS: Lens defeats Arsenal 2-1 in the Champions League.

In Group B of the Champions League, Lens defeated Arsenal 2-1 after coming from behind.

Check out our Player Ratings to see who stood out.


At the Stade Bollaert on Tuesday night, Lens defeated Arsenal 2-1 in front of their boisterous supporters.

Credit goes to @laythy29.


In the Champions League on Tuesday night at the fervent Stade Bollaert in Northern France, Arsenal fell to Lens 2-1.


After 14 minutes, Gabriel Jesus gave the Gunners the lead before Adrien Thomasson equalized the score.


The Gunners’ situation got worse when Bukayo Saka was replaced ten minutes before the break due to an injury.

Prior to the gifted Elye Wahi clinching with style on minute 69 to seal Lens’ victory in front of their fervent supporters.


Check out our Player Ratings to see who impressed.


David Raya (GK): 3/10 – For a goalkeeper who has been praised for his distribution, the Brentford loanee’s errant pass resulted in Lens’ equalizer.

gave up two goals, gave away possession too easily, and failed to make a save.

Please remind us once more of the reason Aaron Ramsdale was so quickly cast aside.


Takehiro Tomiayasu (RB) – 4/10 – Covered at left-back in the closing stages but was not strong enough defensively against an aggressive Lens forward line and did not contribute much offensively.


William Saliba (CB) – 7/10 – Mainly dealt with the vivacious Wahi and was dependable in possession.


Gabriel (CB) received a score of 5/5 for a disappointing performance in the backline.

Gabriel is a defender for Brazil.


Oleksandr Zinchenko (LB) – 5/10 – A strong start by faded alarmingly as the game went on.


Declan Rice (DM): 7/10 – A challenging evening for such a world-class talent.


5/10 – Insipid for Kai Havertz (CM).


The Gunners captain felt that Martin Odegaard (CM) wasn’t as influential as he would have liked.


Bukayo Saka (RW) – 7/10 – Acquired a second assist before being substituted ten minutes before halftime due to a troubling hamstring injury.


Gabriel Jesus (ST) received a 7 out of 10 rating for his outstanding goal, but other than that, little else went well in his lengthy battle with Lens defender Kevin Danso, who restrained the Brazil forward.


Leandro Trossard (LW): “Disappointing,” 5 out of 10.



Fabio Vieira scored a 5 out of 10.


Ben White scored a 5/5.


A 5/10 for Reiss Nelson.

Emile Smith Rowe received a score of 6/5.

4.0/10 for Eddie Nketiah.

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