Aaron Ramsey's 'Roulette-Assist' Is A Thing Of Beauty, Fans Convinced He Meant The Pass
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Aaron Ramsey produced a moment of magic in Wales' draw with Belgium as he set up Brennan Johnson with an outrageous pass.
Ramsey brilliantly created Johnson's equaliser in their Nations League clash against Belgium on Saturday.
Neco Williams threaded a pass into the path of Ramsey, who performed a perfect slide to retrieve the ball.
As he rose to his feet, the star midfielder executed a roulette-assist and picked out Johnson who swept the ball into the back of the net.
🏴 Brennan Johnson equalises for Wales against Belgium!— Premier Sports (@PremierSportsTV) June 11, 2022
The @NFFC man with his first goal for @Cymru 🙌 pic.twitter.com/tbQfvrijcI
INCREDIBLE ASSIST!!! 🤯🤯😍😍@aaronramsey #Wales pic.twitter.com/VGFkBo4Ig4— Avid Sports & Entertainment Group (@avid_se) June 11, 2022
Did Ramsey mean it? Well, people online are convinced he meant the sublime pass to Johnson.
Aaron Ramsey that is disgustingly good.— Cymru Watch 🏴 (@CymruWatch) June 11, 2022
Three decent performances in the Nations League so far for @Cymru…they deserve more than the one point they currently have. Loads of positives to take, none other than one of the best assists I’ve seen from @aaronramsey 💫🏴— Dave Edwards (@_DaveEdwards) June 12, 2022
One tweeted: "Debate in the press box… did Aaron Ramsey mean this as a pass? I’m absolutely sure it’s a deliberate roulette-assist. Others aren’t so sure..."
A second wrote: "Thought he’d fluked this watching it live, but of course he didn’t, it’s Aaron Ramsey."
A third added: "He's done that so many times at Arsenal. He meant it 100%."
Replying to a fan who said it was a fluke, another commented: "It was intentional."
Wales have earned one point in their Nations League campaign since securing their spot in the 2022 World Cup.
They lost to Netherlands 2-1 and, of course, picked up a point in their 1-1 with Belgium.
Wales, who lost to Poland before their World Cup play-off match, return to action next Tuesday when they face Netherlands.
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