Slightly busier than Szczesny in the first half but was not actually tested until after the break, when a static back four left him exposed for Gibbs' goal. Slow to get down to Ramsey's long-range shot and should have kept it out. Well beaten by Giroud from the penalty spot.
Yellow carded for a challenge on Per Mertesacker. Lack of communication with Volkan Demirel nearly allowed Walcott to make it 3-0.
Could not handle the raw pace of Walcott, who burst beyond the Czech defender to set up Gibbs for Arsenal's opener, before the full-back clumsily brought the forward down for the Gunners to score their third from the penalty spot.
Struggled to deal with exchanges between Cazorla and Wilshere but was rarely take on down the Fenerbahce right hand side before being replaced by Gokhan Gonul.
Given plenty to do in the first half, blocking shots and clearing crosses. The former Everton man was a sturdy presence, but offered little resistance as Walcott passed across the six-yard box for Gibbs to score.
Volleyed wide in the 75th minute but was otherwise anonymous for long spells as Arsenal's midfield controlled the game from start to finish. Substituted in the closing stages.
Entered into a physical battle with the Arsenal midfield trio of Rosicky, Wilshere and Ramsey and could not stifle them.
Given the difficult task of shielding the defence and was never really at the races as Arsenal dominated. The slick passing of Wilshere and Ramsey in particular made for a tough night for the midfielder.
Booked for catching Koscielny in the face with a high boot which forced the centre-back out of the game. Never looked like scoring and was replaced in the second half by Emenike.
Could not influence the game early on, spending much of the opening stages deep in his own half. Pounced on a mistake to have his side's first shot of the game after the break, but lacked composure and blasted over.
Blasted a shot wide after Arsenal had doubled their lead and called Szczesny into action with a speculative effort which the Pole tipped over.
The Polish goalkeeper could count how many touches of the ball he had in the first half on one hand, but his first involvement after the interval saw him take a nasty blow in a clash with Sow. Tipped an audacious effort from the striker over the bar and denied Kadlec late on.
Was not rattled by the loss of his defensive partner Koscielny and formed a decent understanding with makeshift centre-back Sagna.
Scored the first time he was able to join the Arsenal attack, running in behind the Fenerbahce back four to fire beyond Volkan Demirel. A comfortable night defensively for the full-back, who was not taken on by Kuyt.
Passed fit despite taking a heavy fall against Aston Villa and had to shuffle over to centre-back following an injury to Koscielny. Did a professional job in the middle but was rarely challenged by Webo, Sow or Emenike.
Substituted just 33 minutes in after taking a nasty kick to the face, causing Arsene Wenger a significant injury headache.
Made a few wayward passes early on but played his part in a midfield trio full of enterprise and industry which Fenerbahce simply could not match.
Looked sharp after starting the defeat to Aston Villa as a sub. Arsenal looked a much better team with the Spanish playmaker in their side, moving the ball quickly and giving the Fenerbahce midfield little chance of competing.
Hassled off the ball by Sow to allow Kuyt a chance at goal after the break, but made a beautiful pass to set Walcott free as Arsenal opened the scoring, before firing past Volkan Demirel from distance.
Caused concern after going down under a challenge from Emre in the first half, but continued and looked bright in possession. Showed very few signs of lacking match fitness, ghosting past Raul Meireles and Bruno Alves before testing Volkan Demirel.
Headed wide with Arsenal's first meaningful chance of the game and blasted over from a Wilshere through ball in a frustrating first half for the Frenchman. Got his rewards for some hard work, converting coolly from the penalty spot before being substituted.
Had the beating of Kadlec with his raw pace and well-timed runs, and got in behind to provide for Gibbs to score before seeing a close-range effort saved. Replaced by the returning Nacho Monreal.