Had barely a thing to do other than a fine late save from Forssell, although made one of the best runs of the night when he raced all the way from his box to the far end of the pitch to be the first to congratulate Henry on his comeback goal
Made some important interceptions and always looked in control.
Played safe in the first half but came out of his shell in the second with some strong bursts down the left flank. The centre-half does not quite look the answer to Wenger's left-back problem.
Capable enough display but it would have done his battered reputation the world of good had his early header been directed the other side of the post.
Began brightly but frustrated the crowd with some errant finishing and hit-and-miss distribution.
Looked a little casual at times but added to his growing list of assists when he took up a more forward position and slid in Henry for the goal with a terrific slide-rule pass.
Maintained the good impression he has made in his fleeting Arsenal appearances with an intelligent display mostly spent on the right flank. Looked lively throughout and came close to opening the scoring with a series of second-half strikes before making way for Walcott.
The Arsenal full-back injury curse struck again as the versatile Frenchman, a midfielder by trade, limped off after half-an-hour with what looked like a hamstring injury.
A painful display by the Moroccan, whose touch was poor and his movement choreographed. Looks utterly bereft of confidence.
Threatened to tie Thompson in knots at times with a series of threatening bursts down the flank but did not provide enough in the way of end product. At times looked like he could shoot until the early hours but still not score.
A far quieter evening than he would have imagined but could do little to prevent Henry's majestic finish breaking the deadlock.
Dominated the aerial battle and looked supremely confident against the struggling Chamakh.
Booked for scything down Chamakh shortly before the interval, the only blot on an otherwise sturdy display at centre-half.
His role was generally one of subjugation rather than creation but performed creditably in narrowing the space for Arteta and Ramsey to control the midfield and made some fine forward runs.
Tigerish display by the central midfielder, who covered every blade of grass and threw himself into some fine interceptions. Withdrawn with 25 minutes left.
The on-loan Tottenham winger was Leeds' liveliest attacker, creating problems for Coquelin with his speed and trickery down the left flank.
The left-back grew in authority as the game progressed after a few shaky moments against Oxlade-Chamberlain early on.
Kept his head above water in key battle with the lively Arshavin, although he rarely strayed beyond the halfway line.
Looks a shadow of the striker who so impressed in the Championship last season. Fluffed a first half snap-shot.
- D. Martínez
- Y. Benayoun
The England Under-19 midfielder filled in capably at right-back for an hour as he became the latest player to be tried out there following Coquelin's injury.
- R. Miyaichi
Struggled to get involved and was by far the quieter of the two late attacking subs.
- Chu-Young Park
He just had to, didn't he? Provided the greatest fairytale of the Third Round weekend by coming off the bench and rejuvenating a dying match with a vintage finish across the keeper that was straight out of the scrapbook of majestic Henry finishes.