Nicolas Pepe was sent off as Arsenal played out an entertaining goalless draw with Leeds.
Leeds started brightly but the goal frame came to their aid as Pepe twisted and turned past Luke Ayling on the left before a cross-shot from an acute angle came back off the crossbar.
The home side had 13 shots in the first half but only two were on target – as the teams went in goalless at the interval.
Arsenal were reduced to 10 men early in the second half when Pepe saw red for headbutting Ezgjan Alioski.
Leeds forward Rodrigo came close 10 minutes from time when his superb curling effort from the right side of the area crashed back off the crossbar with Bernd Leno beaten.
Marcelo Bielsa's men were denied by the woodwork twice late on as Patrick Bamford and Rafinha hit the frame of the goal.
Here's how they rated at Elland Road:
Was equal to everything Leeds threw at him and made fine save to deny Dallas.
Had a really difficult evening up against Harrison and Alioski on his wing.
Had a tough time up against the mobility and fluidity of Leeds’ attacks.
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Struggled at times to keep Leeds at bay and was under enormous pressure.
Enjoyed a good tussle with Raphinha and got forward once or twice.
Struggled to get on the ball and make an impact in the midfield battle.
Played after his bust-up with Luiz and fired wide from an early effort.
Was Arsenal’s best attacking threat before his stupid red card handicapped them.
Handed his first league start of the campaign and he found it hard going.
Made little impression on the left and was replaced at half-time.
Started through the middle and fluffed the one or two chances he had.
Subs: Nelson (Willian 46 6), Saka (Willock 57 6)
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