Aaron Ramsdale celebrates Arsenal’s win over Crystal Palace on the opening day of the season. Credit score: Alamy
Arsenal could have loved an enormous victory over Man Utd however two of their gamers didn’t cowl themselves in glory. The worst XI additionally incorporates a Wolves quartet and an Everton trio.
Right here is the Premier League’s worst XI from the weekend, in line with WhoScored rankings…
GK: Aaron Ramsdale – 5.27
Dropping Christian Eriksen’s nook, permitting Lisandro Martinez to go Manchester United degree, secured the No.1 spot for the Arsenal keeper. He made different very important saves, and may take into account himself unlucky since Jose Sa’s screw-up to present Erling Haaland his hat-trick objective was completely unforced. Sa scored 5.40, with Robert Sanchez the one different sub-six stopper.
RB: Seamus Coleman – 6.10
Each Everton full-backs characteristic right here, although Coleman is unlucky. The Toffees skipper was changed at half-time after enjoying in a again 5 within the first interval, however Frank Lampard’s aspect nonetheless couldn’t hold West Ham out. The primary objective got here down his aspect, however Coleman wasn’t culpable.
CB: Ben White – 6.03
White, filling in at centre-back right here, was additionally hooked at half-time having struggled to shackle Marcus Rashford. A Nineteenth-minute yellow card most likely sealed his destiny in Mikel Arteta’s thoughts however giving United the ball 10 instances gained’t have helped his trigger both. A particular off-day in entrance of Gareth Southgate.
CB: Max Kilman – 5.59
Kilman was booked even sooner than White, within the tenth minute, which made the job of coping with Haaland a lot tougher. Clearly Wolves by no means succeeded however Kilman wasn’t straight accountable. Haaland beat Nathan Collins within the air for his first; the second was a penalty; and Sa provided his third on a plate.
LB: Vitaliy Mykolenko – 5.94
Changed on the break together with Coleman, with the left-back absent as West Ham constructed up down his flank forward of Jarrod Bowen’s second objective. Although James Tarkowski didn’t cowl himself in glory, both with a determined lunge or his total efficiency. Regardless of solely enjoying 45 minutes, the Ukrainian nonetheless managed to lose possession 11 instances.
CM: Ruben Neves – 5.82
Metropolis ought to have had a penalty within the first half when Collins kicked the again of Jack Grealish’s leg however VAR couldn’t come to Neves’ support when he tripped Ilkay Gundogan early within the second half. The Wolves midfielder struggled to get into the sport, as did his mate…
LM: Matheus Nunes – 5.99
Liverpool have been linked with each Neves and Nunes, however any watching Reds scout gained’t have been impressed with both on the Etihad. The sport handed Nunes by – hardly a criminal offense in opposition to Metropolis, however the Portugal teenager wants to indicate extra consistency if he needs to stay related to the massive golf equipment.
RM: Demarai Grey – 5.95
Appeared to be within the temper early on however Grey pale badly as West Ham asserted their authority. The attacker misplaced possession 17 instances with solely certainly one of his 12 crosses discovering a team-mate. Grey succeeded with no dribble makes an attempt and misplaced all 5 of his duels.
CF: Callum Wilson – 6.03
Wilson’s await a objective goes on, with the Newcastle striker now in his longest drought since he moved to Tyneside. Not since October 29 has he scored, a run of 10 video games for Newcastle and England, and he by no means appeared more likely to finish that barren spell in opposition to Palace, the place he was changed by Alexander Isak with 20 minutes remaining. Wilson may now be sweating over his place for the Carabao Cup semi-final first leg on Tuesday.
RF: Adama Traore – 6.02
Julen Lopetegui changed his complete entrance three at half-time on the Etihad with Hwang Hee-chan (6.03) arguably most nameless. However Traore was hooked too together with Raul Jiminez (6.30), with the Spanish flyer managing fewest touches (13) whereas Metropolis compelled him again and restricted alternatives for the counter-attack.
LF: Bryan Mbuemo – 5.98
At Elland Street, the Brentford striker provided virtually nothing for 74 minutes earlier than hooked by Thomas Frank. Mbeumo managed no photographs; failed in his solitary dribble; noticed his solely tried cross discover a Leeds defender; and misplaced six of his 9 duels. Misplaced possession as many instances as he managed to discover a team-mate with a move – 11.
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