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Aaron Ramsdale Is The S**thouse King After Running To Celebrate In Ruben Neves' Face

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Aaron Ramsdale Is The S**thouse King After Running To Celebrate In Ruben Neves' Face

Aaron Ramsdale ran half the length of the Emirates Stadium pitch to celebrate in Ruben Neves' face after Arsenal's dramatic win over Wolves on Thursday. Check it out below.


Jose Sa's last minute own goal sealed a vital win for Mikel Arteta's side as they continue to battle for a place in the top four.

Wolves are among their challengers for that final Champions League spot and Ramsdale wanted some revenge on Neves.


The 23-year-old came running out of his net at full-time and went straight past Neves as he looked for his teammates.

Neves questioned Arsenal's mentality after witnessing their dramatic celebrations at Molineux last month.

Arsenal ran out 1-0 winners in the reverse fixture and Neves believes the celebrations were slightly over the top.


Fans have reacted to Ramsdale's actions and they're falling for him more and more with every passing game.

One commented: "Aaron Ramsdale. How could anyone not like this guy. Bar Neves."

Another said: "Tavares looking at Ramsdale like 'man you're so sick.' You gotta love him!"

While a third put: "Oh he saw it... Look at who Ramsdale's looking at."

Image Credit: Alamy
Image Credit: Alamy

Ramsdale has proven to be a popular signing since arriving from Sheffield United and he quickly took Bernd Leno's spot as Gunners number one.

It was Wolves who took the lead inside 10 minutes after Hwang Hee-chan capitalised on a Gabriel backpass.

The Arsenal defender underhit his pass to Ramsdale and it allowed Hwang to nip in and score his fifth Premier League goal of the season.


Wolves were ahead for most of the contest and Arsenal kept up the pressure without looking like scoring.

That is until the 82nd minute when Nicolas Pepe smashed home a lovely equaliser.

There was more drama in added time as Alexandre Lacazette's shot was turned in by Sa to seal all three points for the home side.


Neves was put on the spot once again at full-time but he admitted this is a game Wolves didn't deserve to win.

The Portugal international confessed per The Mirror: "We didn't deserve to win to be honest.

"We had some good chances to score, but we didn't play well. They took us back all the game after going 1-0 up and we just defended.

"When you don't have the ball against these kind of teams you will suffer. We need to manage the ball better against these kinds of teams.

"This was an important game for us and for the league but this is the Premier League and everyone will drop points. We just want to go game-by-game.

Image Credit: Alamy
Image Credit: Alamy

"We will look at ourselves and do better."

Arsenal are now fifth in the table and one point behind Manchester United with two games in hand.

Who do you think will qualify for the Champions League?

Let us know in the comments.

Featured Image Credit: @Arsenal_DB10/Twitter

Topics: Arsenal, Premier League, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Aaron Ramsdale

Daniel Marland
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