Arsenal secured a 3-0 win over Manchester United on Sunday afternoon after making a stunning start to the game which saw them go two goals up within seven minutes.
Alexis Sanchez was undoubtedly the star of the show as, after opening the scoring, he added this strike to double his tally and ultimately end United’s hopes of an improbable comeback.
Find out how Sanchez and the rest of his Arsenal teammates fared in our player assessment below:
GK: Petr Cech 6/10
Not the busy afternoon that the veteran may have expected, but he swept up and did what he had to do with minimal fuss and made a crucial stop to deny Anthony Martial in the first half.
DF: Hector Bellerin – 6/10
Full of energy and pace as usual to always emerge as an option down the right flank for the Gunners.
DF: Gabriel – 6/10
While his defensive partner keeps changing due to injuries, the Brazilian defender remained composed in the second half as United tried to fight back.
DF: Per Mertesacker – 6/10
Similar to Gabriel in that Arsenal’s offensive performance in the first half made his role redundant. However, kept things tight at the back thereafter.
DF: Nacho Monreal – 6/10
A steadying presence down the left and, although the Spaniard may not offer anything extravagant, he does his job well.