Tottenham v Arsenal: Pundit raves about 'outstanding' Aaron Ramsdale display
Arsenal saw off Tottenham today in the big north London derby to cement their place right at the top of the Premier League table.
The Gunners were by far the better team throughout the entire game and goals from Bukayo Saka and Martin Odegaard ensured a comfortable enough day at the office.
For Tottenham, it was yet another frustrating and below par afternoon. However, Spurs did rally a little bit in the second half and that forced Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale into a few good saves.
And that was picked up on by the BBC’s Clinton Morrison, who lauded Ramsdale for an ‘outstanding’ display.
“Ramsdale has made two or three brilliant saves in this second half. He’s been outstanding,” Morrison noted for BBC comms.
Ramsdale was involved in an altercation at the full-time whistle as well as he seemed to clash with the Spurs fans.
However, that will soon be batted away and Ramsdale can look back on another fine day’s work. Since arriving from Sheffield United, Ramsdale has been nothing short of superb. This win over Spurs just another example of the England man showing his qualities.
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From being signed as someone who Arsenal fans complained about to now being a hero to the masses, Aaron Ramsdale has been outstanding for the Gunners.
Ramsdale did his job today to good effect. He was needed, and one Spurs goal would have changed the entire complexion of the game.
But, the Arsenal number one was in no mood to be beaten. He pulled of a number of fine saves and in the end Tottenham couldn’t find their way through.
For the Gunners, this was a massive win. The title is now in sight and Arsenal surely cannot blow it from here.
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