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‘The highlight’: BBC pundit absolutely loved what Aaron Ramsdale did in last 10 minutes of Arsenal vs Tottenham game
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‘The highlight’: BBC pundit absolutely loved what Aaron Ramsdale did in last 10 minutes of Arsenal vs Tottenham game

BBC Sport pundit Glenn Murray absolutely loved what Aaron Ramsdale did in the last 10 minutes of the Arsenal vs Tottenham game. 

Mikel Arteta’s men picked up yet another win after beating Spurs 3-1 at the Emirates yesterday. 

A brilliant long-range goal from Thomas Partey put the Gunners 1-0 up but they found themselves level again after a Harry Kane penalty. But goals from Gabriel Jesus and Granit Xhaka in the second-half handed Arsenal an important win. 

And Murray has shared what goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale did and described it as the ‘highlight’ of the game. 

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What Ramsdale did in Arsenal vs Tottenham game 

Speaking on BBC Radio 5 Live, Murray claims Ramsdale turned to the nearly empty Spurs away end at the Emirates and waved in the final 10 minutes of the game

“It’s Arsenal’s day without doubt,” he said. 

“The highlight of the last 10 minutes has been seeing Aaron Ramsdale turn round and wave to the almost empty Spurs away end.

“I love players showing their personality because it’s happening less and less on the pitch.”

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Arsenal fans will love to see what Ramsdale did to mock the fans of their bitter rivals. The 24-year-old put in a solid display yesterday too, making a crucial early save to deny Richarliuson. 

The England shot stopper’s distribution was also excellent on the day as he helped Arteta’s side build attacks. 

Arteta will be delighted with his side’s start to the season, with Arsenal currently sitting top of the Premier League. 

The Gunners face some tough tests over the coming weeks and they are set to host Liverpool next weekend. 

But for now, Arteta’s side and Ramsdale will be celebrating earning north London bragging rights after beating Spurs yesterday.

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