Lukasz Fabianski – 6
The Polish international shot-stopper had one of his more comfortable afternoons in an Arsenal shirt. Norwich City rarely threatened, but when they did, Fabianski stood up to the task. The 29-year-old deserves to start next week’s FA Cup final.
Carl Jenkinson – 8
The 22-year-old right-back had a game to remember after notching his first goal for the club – a close range left-footed effort. His performance on the whole was assuring, as he made three interceptions and maintained a 90% pass success rate.
Laurent Koscielny – 6
The French international centre-back celebrated his contract extension with another solid display. Norwich were toothless upfront, and Koscielny did his job well. A 98% pass success rate, too.
Bacary Sagna – 7
Playing out of position at centre-back alongside French compatriot Koscienlny, Bacary Sagna did a fine job in what could be his last Premier League match in an Arsenal shirt. He made 11 effective clearances throughout the match.
Kieran Gibbs – 6
Not the youngster's most convincing match in an Arsenal shirt, but he got forward on occasions and limited Norwich's danger-man Robert Snodgrass well enough.
Aaron Ramsey – 8
Arsenal’s best player before being substituted on the hour-mark. Aaron Ramsey has been sorely missed this season, and he proved it again. The 23-year-old completed two dribbles, defended well when needed and scored an absolutely stunning volley from Olivier Giroud’s cross.
Mikel Arteta – 7
Spaniard Mikel Arteta had one of his better games of late. His passing was excellent, with 97% of his 92 passes finding their intended target.
Tomas Rosicky – 6
The Czech Republic international was often quiet, making just one key pass before being substituted with 15 minutes remaining.
Mesut Ozil – 7
Another player Arsenal have badly missed, even when he is not firing on all cylinders. The German international gave the Gunners a spark on the break, and his five key passes caused Norwich City all sorts of problems.
Lukas Podolski – 7.5
It was a big match for Podolski, and he will have felt he did enough to warrant a starting place in next weekend’s FA Cup final. He had four shots, and maintained a 95% pass success rate.
Olivier Giroud – 7.5
It was a good performance from the Arsenal striker, and he was unlucky not to have helped Arsenal win by a bigger margin. He had four shots, played two key passes and assisted Aaron Ramsey’s wonderful volley with an deft back-post cross.
Substitutes Jack Wilshere, Yaya Sanogo and Abou Diaby were all comfortable and helped the team maintain their two-goal advantage.