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Arsenal player ratings: International stars – Mkhitaryan fails, Torreira snaps Spurs ace
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 Arsenal stars have been in action on the international stage over the last few days, with several players enjoying strong displays and others suffering major embarrassments. Henrikh Mkhitaryan was among the most disappointing aces following Armenia’s humiliating defeat against Gibraltar. It was the minnows’ first victory in their entire history despite the Arsenal star lining up against them. Alex Iwobi, Mohamed Elneny and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang fared much better with an assist each in their respective games. Take a look below to see how Arsenal’s international stars have performed. We've given them a rating out of 10.Mohamed Elneny (Egypt) In one moment of brilliance, Elneny split the Swaziland defence, taking four defenders out of the game, to provide an assist – 7Sokratis Papastathopoulos (Greece) Picked up an early yellow card but kept his discipline to secure a clean sheet against Hungary – 7Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Gabon) No goals from the Arsenal man in the 3-0 win over South Sudan, but Aubameyang provided an assist to seal the win – 6Henrikh Mkhitaryan (Armenia) In one of the biggest shocks in recent years, Mkhitaryan’s Armenia became the first team in history to lose against Gibraltar who are ranked 198th in the world out of 211 teams. Mkhitaryan lacked quality and drive – 4Lucas Torreira (Uruguay) Set up Matias Vecino for the only goal of the game against South Korea. He crunched Tottenham star Son Heung-Min with a heavy challenge despite winning the ball.Granit Xhaka (Switzerland) Quiet against Belgium, though his side were close to securing a draw – 6Alex Iwobi (Nigeria) Iwobi created a goal in the 4-0 rout over Libya. He set up Odion Ighalo who bagged a hat-trick – 7Aaron Ramsey (Wales) Failed to make an impact against a dominant Spain side who were simply too hot to handle in midfield – 5

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