Wojceich Szczesny: Fantastic quick reaction save when the ball deflected off of Sagna and made a great near post save from Emeneke. Showed a glimpse of his other side with a questionable and erratic piece of goalkeeping when he completely fumbled the ball. Very good performance, however. 7.
Carl Jenkinson: Not eye-catching, but typically committed and hard-working display, exemplified on a number of occasions with tackles and clearances. While also creating a few chances with good delivery on crosses. 6.
Bacary Sagna: Struggled with the strength and pace of Emenike at times and sometimes indecisive when getting tight with his man. Aerially dominant on numerous occasions however. 7.
Per Mertesacker: Classy and composed performance by the big German. Recovered from a relatively shaky start to put in one of the best performances out of all the Arsenal players. Quelled danger regularly with his reading of the game and ability to play out of danger. 8.
Nacho Monreal: Fenerbahce had a lot of joy on Arsenal's left hand , due to the positioning and discipline of Monreal in the first half. Podolski didn't contribute enough defensively though and Monreal posed a threat on the overlap for Arsenal. Much improved in the second half with a number of interceptions and headers. 6.
Aaron Ramsey: Continued his fine form this season with the opening goal in the game and then a brilliantly executed volley into the far corner for his second, while as usual exerting plenty of energy offensively and defensively. Star man. 8.
Jack Wilshere: Displayed his trademark drive and burst of pace on a number of occasions. Had the vision to try and execute a number of through balls, but they were mostly over-hit or inaccurate. Uncomfortable in a midfield two with Ramsey while often being the deepest midfielder. 6.
Theo Walcott: Struggled to get into the game, while his delivery and decision making was very lacking at times. Went close with a free-kick, hitting the crossbar. Disappointing performance, subbed off with 15 minutes to go. 5.
Santi Cazorla: Displayed his brilliance in glimpses in the first half with his classy close control and quick feet along with movement in tight spaces. Far more prominent role in the second half, picking up more dangerous positions while putting his incredible range of passing on show. 7.
Lukas Podolski: Quiet game. Only had a few opportunities to turn on the ball and run at the defence, although one run resulted in the opening goal. His game was cut short by injury early in the second half unfortunately. 5.
Olivier Giroud: Displayed great ball control, deft touches and interplay with his teammates at times, quite isolated however. Missed his only clear cut chance, skying a golden opportunity high over the bar. Impressive first half display. Subbed off around the 60 minute mark. 6.
Kieran Gibbs: Helped ease the defensive burden on Nacho Monreal, despite playing in an unfamiliar position on the left of midfield, while he also offered discipline and solidity in midfield. Stepped into the centre whenever either Ramsey or Wilshere went forward and set up Ramsey's 2nd also. 6.
Yaya Sanogo: Came off for Giroud looking to make an impression after his recent arrival. No clear-cut opportunities, but always wanting to link-up with teammates. 6.
Ryo Miyaichi: Little time to make an impact with just 15 minutes remaining in the match, with the game comfortable won and over and no need to attack. Set up Jenkinson to a tee with a great late cross. 5.
Unused subs: Fabianski, Koscielny, Frimpong, Rosicky
Manager: Arsene Wenger: Comfortable night for Wenger's boys. Started with what might be considered Arsenal's strongest side with the players available which is questionable with the tie effectively over. Will be frustrated to see Podolski go off injured. But an easy game. 7.
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