Arsenal youngster Bukayo Saka scored twice setting up another as he caused confusion among Frankfurt players in Thursday Europa League fixture.
The visitors scored their first goal in the 38th minute that to a deflection following a Willock strike before going at the back of the net.
Frankfurt looked sharped in all areas as they passed the ball smoothly in between Arsenal defense and midfield.
It was Gunners who missed three crucial chances in the first half with an open goal opportunity went straight to the legs of the home team and out to the sides.
In the second half Eintracht Frankfurt came all guns blazing pushing behind the whole Arsenal team to defend with most of their chances coming off young Martinez.
Pepe and Ceballos come in as substitutes in place of Smith Rowe and Willock and they completely changed the game.
Bukayo Saka who was playing wide showcased tricky skills that left Frankfurt defense open moving from one position to the other.
In the 85th minute Saka collected Pepe’s ball before he calmly curled it past goalkeeper Trapp.
Hutter’s team who were down ten men following a second yellow card offense by Kohr found themselves in trouble when Saka found Aubameyang.
The former Dortmund striker calmly netted the ball extending his goal record against the German club.