Had an uncharacteristic howler for Hoolahan’s equaliser, spilling a tame effort into his own net, before an ugly deflection off Gibbs looped over his head. Looked unsure of himself from that point on.
Looks as if his season is over after being stretchered off before half-time after making a bright start for his side.
Fortunate not to have conceded a penalty in the latter stages of the first half after climbing over Howson though made immediate amends with a fine challenge that denied Holt.
Unlucky to see Holt’s goal take the wickedest of deflections off him into his own net but otherwise gave a good account of himself.
Gained a needless yellow for an overzealous challenge from behind on Jackson on the stroke of half-time. Holt's physicality surprisingly and regularly got the better of him.
Against the backdrop of a return to form it was not the most influential of performances. Struggled to make much impact.
Looked a little lost without Mikel Arteta in the middle of the park and often found himself swarmed by Johnson and Howson. Was unable to establish his usually effective distribution though his, what seems now to be a trademark, bending pass to assist Van Persie, was a high point.
Wasted no time celebrating his 32nd birthday, being allowed to bend a well-struck effort inside John Ruddy’s far post.
Needless yellow in the first 20 minutes put him on tenterhooks for the rest of the game and he consequently struggled to impose himself on a physically domineering Canaries midfield. Drew the ire of the home fans after a series of misplaced passes.
R. van Persie
Barely got a sniff in the first half though came alive when it really mattered in the second, equalling Thierry Henry's record of 30 goals in a Premier League season. Missed a big chance to settle the game at the death.
Never seems to provide the genuine incision that his positions so constantly threaten, though did light up a droll Arsenal attacking display with the odd flash of inspiration. Performance was symptomatic of an impotent team display.
Will rightfully be fuming at his defence for allowing Benayoun to pick his top corner in the opening moments. Made numerous high quality second-half saves that kept his team in the hunt for a point.
The right-back continues to deputise impressively at centre-half. Defended with heart for the entirety and arguably did not deserve to be part of a defence that conceded three.
No mean feat keeping Van Persie quiet, which the young centre-half managed for the entirety of the first period. Could not quite manage the same in the second half though, made a series of crucial blocks that caught the eye.
Will take a measure of culpability for Benayoun’s opener after the winger had an age to pick his spot for the opener though advanced very well down the right to put Hoolahan’s equaliser on a plate for the Irishman.
Defended well one-on-one against Gervinho though endured some hairy moments when Van Persie drifted out to attack from the right flank. Was perhaps lucky to survive a penalty shout for a blatant looking handball.
Arguably could have won his side two penalties in the closing stages of the first half as he drifted forward with mean intent. Went missing in action after the break until providing Morison with a beautifully measured assist.
Bright on the ball throughout and at the hub of most of his side's forward endeavours. Equalised for the Canaries in the first half.
Flitted in and out of the game too much to be a constant menace as the big occasion seemed to have got the better of him.
Battling display that evoked constant ill-discipline from the opposition. An antagonist's display that his side drew strength from.
A constant handful from start to finish and, though somewhat fortuitously, edged his side into the lead before half-time. Menaced both Arsenal’s central defenders with intent to once again prove that he can deliver in big games.
Replaced Sagna as a makeshift right back and defended diligently with Norwich getting little joy down his flank.
Brought on to a rapturous roar though was unable to effect the game the way the crowd expected.
Sent on to bolster Arsenal's goal threat but saw little of the ball.
Brought on to try and relieve the visiting side from relentless pressure but by this point Arsenal were swarming forward.
Like-for-like swap for Holt as Norwich tried to muscle their way back into the game.
Replaced Jackson and slammed home the most emphatic of equalisers, to send the Canaries home with a memorable point.