Arsenal player power rankings: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang falls with Bernd Leno biggest mover

We update our Arsenal power rankings after the 1-1 draw with Tottenham at Wembley

Luke Brown@lukedbrown
Monday 04 March 2019 14:00
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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang missed out on the chance to be Arsenal’s hero against Tottenham this weekend, as Hugo Lloris saved his last-gasp penalty to ensure the shares were spoiled at Wembley.

Aaron Ramsey had earlier given Arsenal the a well-deserved lead, when he took advantage of Davinson Sanchez’s error at the back to race clear and confidently round Lloris.

Arsenal were the better team throughout and looked to be on course for all three points until Shkodran Mustafi barged into Harry Kane late in the second-half, with Anthony Taylor controversially awarding a penalty.

Kane stepped up and converted the spot kick, sealing a draw which keeps Tottenham four points ahead of their bitter rivals in the Premier League table.

But how does the impressive Arsenal performance impact upon our 2018/19 squad power rankings? Aubameyang drops down two places, while Saturday’s man of the match Sokratis Papastathopoulos is the biggest mover.

Pochettino and Emery reflect on the North London derby

Check the gallery above to see our Arsenal player power rankings.

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