#3 Matteo Guendouzi manifests his supreme talent yet again
Arsenal were struggling in the midfield department. It was pretty clear that there were defensively susceptible and needed someone with two lungs to make runs up and down the field. Matteo Guendouzi was not defensively sound, however, his contribution towards the creativity was only second to Christian Eriksen on the pitch.
The French International picked out pockets of spaces in the middle to constantly feed and keep the momentum ticking for the hosts. His shot from the penalty box was saved spectacularly by Hugo Lloris in the second half.
After finding the much-deserved equalizer, the midfielder dropped back and won plenty of tackles and duels in the middle of the pitch. Even though Harry Winks and Moussa Sissoko had their say at times, Guendouzi was proactive in his approach to help the forwards. After a good show in Anfield, Guendouzi has done no damage to his form by living up to his belief yet again.