Arsenal humbled Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday after beating them 4-2 thanks to goals from Aubameyang (2), Lacazette and Torreira who scored his first goal in the North London Derby. Aaron Ramsey played 45 minutes in that game but he was also impressive because he made two assists for Lacazette and Aubameyang’s goals.
Aaron Ramsey has played as a back up midfielder in the last few weeks and since the reports of him leaving the Emirates Stadium broke out, he has lost favour of Unai Emery but the Spanish coach had no option but to bring him into the game in the second half after Tottenham Hotspur were leading by 2 goals to one. The Wales international came into the game alongside Lacazette and they replaced Mkhitaryan and Iwobi who had flopped in the first half.
Aaron Ramsey has revealed the instructions which Unai Emery gave him at the start of the second half and he says that he was trying to pull the team forward so that they can get back into the game, and they fully did because they scored three goals in the second half.
“I was trying to play in between the lines, trying to pull the team forward, turning in little areas and we have some strikers who are in great form at the moment.” Aaron Ramsey told Arsenal Media.
“It’s easy to pick out their runs and most of the time they put the ball in the back of the net. I’m happy with the way that I performed and the way that the team performed as well.”
Most of the Arsenal fans have changed their minds about the Aaron Ramsey transfer saga and are now supporting him to get a new contract from the North London club.
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