Went long spells with little to do but made some very good reflex saves when called upon. Remains flappy on crosses, though, and some of his defending in aerial situations was more in keeping with a basketball court than a football pitch. Undoubtedly talented but undoubtedly short on confidence.
Looked solid enough on his return to the side, although an aging Kuyt did not provide the stiffest of tests.
Led his defense with minimum fuss and his aerial presence complemented Sagna well.
A good outlet for his team bombing forward but, defensively, his positioning was suspect at times. Allowed himself to be turned by Emenike far too easily moments before the Nigerian struck the post.
Had one hairy moment when his attempted sliding clearance cannoned toward goal off Meireles but, in general, was relatively untroubled. Not tested enough to safely conclude that he will be a success at center back.
Always seems to get himself into goal-scoring positions in the final third and a trademark run earned him a tap-in in the 25th minute. His second was even better -- a sumptuous clipped volley into the bottom corner from a Gibbs cross.
His passing was slick and accurate, though he did not always seem to be on exactly the same wavelength as some of his teammates. Not much of an attacking threat but, alongside Ramsey and Cazorla, he did not have to be.
Always a joy to watch as he floats into pockets of space around the pitch. Unlucky not to get on the score sheet with one left-footed drive that whizzed just past the far post.
His driving runs were a source of panic for Fenerbahce throughout the first half and, were Giroud a little more unselfish in shooting positions, he might well have added to Arsenal's tally. Tweaked his hamstring and was replaced by Gibbs immediately after the break.
Did not get much of a chance to show off his pace in behind the Fenerbahce defence but did slide the ball into Ramsey for the Welshman's first.
Shot every time he got the ball -- the sign of a confident (selfish?) striker -- without success and was replaced by Sanogo on the hour.
There were no gaffes here to match the ones that lost the tie for his team in Istanbul. Was still beaten twice by Ramsey but others were to blame. Made a good save from Jenkinson late on.
Booked for a clumsy challenge on Walcott in the first half and never got to grips with Arsenal's midfield runners.
He might look scary but nothing he did could prevent Arsenal creating good chances more or less whenever it wanted to.
Had trouble when Podolski ran at him and gave Gibbs too much space to find Ramsey for Arsenal's second.
Had trouble when Jenkinson and Walcott doubled up on him on the flank but was not responsible for either goal.
Almost opened the scoring in bizarre fashion when Sagna's attempted sliding clearance cannoned toward goal off him but accomplished little else as his side comprehensively lost the midfield battle.
Looked like Fenerbahce's most assured midfield presence until he was replaced by Potuk on 67 minutes. That is not saying much, mind.
Wasted the chance to give his team hope when, unmarked in the box in the first half, he found only the crossbar.
Turned Jenkinson well and struck the post via Szczesny's outstretched hand in the first half but then ruined his good work with a pathetic dive that rightly saw him booked.
Showed his typical industry and underrated technical qualities but never threatened the goal.
The most anonymous of Fenerbahce's three-pronged attack and was replaced by Topuz with eight minutes to go.
Tidy on the left flank when he replaced Podolski and clipped a lovely cross first time into Ramsey, who gave it the finish it deserved.
Looks like a promising physical specimen but did not cover himself in glory when he came on, ruining a lovely Cazorla run with a poor first touch and abysmal finish.