Newcastle player ratings vs Arsenal in their 4-1 loss in the Premier League

  • Here are the Newcastle player ratings vs Arsenal in their humiliating 4-1 loss in the Premier League at the Emirates Stadium.
  • Svent Botman was unfortunate to score an own goal.
  • Karius made some impressive saves to deny further humiliation.

Arsenal FC v Newcastle United - Premier League
Arsenal FC v Newcastle United - Premier League / Julian Finney/GettyImages
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Newcastle got humiliated at the Emirates at the hands of Arsenal as the away woes of the Magpies continue in the Premier League. Eddie Howe's men conceded four goals as Arsenal ran riot against a lacklustre Newcastle team that had no answer to the Gunners' attacks. So, how did Eddie Howe and his Newcastle team fare against Arsenal at the Emirates? Here are the Newcastle player ratings vs Arsenal in their humiliating 4-1 loss in the Premier League at the Emirates Stadium.

Newcastle player ratings vs Arsenal - Premier League

Let's begin this Newcastle player ratings vs Arsenal in the Premier League with Loris Karius (5/10) who got his first start in the Premier League for Newcastle in goal. Although he conceded 4, none of them was his fault and surely saved the Magpies from further humiliation by saving multiple chances from Arsenal. Kieran Trippier (3.5/10) was bullied by Martinelli time and time again. Fabian Schar (3/10) looked shaky from the beginning. Sven Botman (1.5/10) will have nightmares from this game as he scored Arsenal's opener and was responsible for Havertz's goal. Tino Livramento (3/10) had a disappointing night as well.

There is nothing much to say about the midfielders except they were all abysmal. Eddie Howe has to get rid of Sean Longstaff (2.5/10) in the summer as he was invisible as usual. Burno Gumaraes (3/10) got absolutely bullied by Arsenal midfielders. The teenager Lewis Miley (2.5/10) lacked experience of playing in a high-voltage game like this. Anthony Gordon (4/10) failed to impress in this game as he couldn't make use of his pace to get behind. Alexander Isak (4.5/10) didn't look fit to play. Miguel Almiron (2/10) lacked heart and ran away from action mostly.

For substitutes, Eddie Howe made a double substitution in the 64th minute as he took off Isak and Almiron to bring on Jacob Murphy (4/10) who did nothing to change the game and Harvey Barnes (4/10) who should have started this game. In the 73rd minute of the game, Howe made a triple substitution, by taking off Guimaraes, Livramento, and Botman and bringing on Joe Willock (6/10), Dan Burn (6/10), and Jamal Lascelles (4/10) respectively and Newcastle started playing better instantly. As for the manager Eddie Howe (1.5/10), he picked the wrong starting lineup and the result was inevitable.

Newcastle player ratings vs Arsenal: Karius (5/10), Trippier (3.5/10), Schar (3/10), Botman (1.5/10), Livramento (3/10); Longstaff (2.5/10), Guimaraes (3/10), Miley (2.5/10); Gordon (4/10), Isak (4.5/10), Almiron (3/10); Substitutes – Murphy (4/10), Barnes (4/10), Willock (6/10), Burn (6/10), Lascelles (4/10); Manager – Howe (1.5/10)

  • Newcastle player of the match: Loris Karius

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