Arsenal might have been the better side in the first half of the game but that didn't stop Nottingham Forest from being ahead as they narrowly led the Gunners 1-0 at halftime thanks to a lovely finish from Taiwo Awoniyi.
Well, let's take a look at the three worst players for Arsenal in the first half of the game against Nottingham Forest.
1, Jakub Kiwior.
It almost looked like the Polish International wasn't on the pitch for Arsenal in the first half of the game as he had a dull performance against Nottingham Forest. The 23-year-old could barely contribute to Arsenal's performance both offensively and defensively in the game as he was more like a passenger in the team.
2, Aaron Ramsdale.
The English International conceded a cheap goal with Nottingham Forest's very first shot on goal against the Gunners. The 24-year-old had little to do in goal for Arsenal in the first period as he struggled to impact the team's performance against the home team.
3, Granit Xhaka.
The Swiss International was obviously out of his game in the first half as he looked shaky in the middle of the park for the Gunners. The 30-year-old had no meaningful contribution to the team's performance on the attack as he performed passively against Nottingham Forest.
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