New angle shows Mikel Arteta's reaction to Aaron Ramsdale save, it sums up the game perfectly
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New official footage has shown how Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta reacted to goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale's sensational last-minute save against Liverpool.
The England international produced an outstanding diving save to push Mohamed Salah's curling effort wide, with the save made even greater by the fact that the Egyptian's shot took a big deflection.
With the scores at 2-2, the stop kept the Gunners on level terms at Anfield.
Ramsdale then made another awe-inspiring save in injury time to prevent Ibrahima Konate's close range effort from crossing the line.
It was a truly chaotic six minutes of added time at Anfield, punctuated by Arsenal almost grabbing the winner themselves via a counter at the other end.
Ramsdale's heroics capped off what has to go down as one of the greatest games in Premier League history, with both teams having to settle for a point after a pulsating encounter.
Now, new footage published by Arsenal's official Twitter account has shown how Gunners staff in the dugout reacted to the goalkeeper's efforts.
Arsenal footage shows new Arteta reaction
In split-screen footage, the new angle shows the save and the Arsenal bench's reactions simultaneously.
And while several Liverpool staff members leap out of their seat in anticipation of their side potentially netting a winner, Arteta remains stood in his dugout with an ice-cold stare as he takes in one of the saves of the season.
Then, perhaps in preparation of what could still be to come (summing up the other 95 minutes of the game), Arteta bowed his head slightly before folding his arms.
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With four minutes still on the clock at that point, the Spaniard will have no doubt known that the game was nowhere near over - and with Konate's late effort, so it proved.
Speaking about the save after the game, Arteta said (quotes via Arsenal's official website): "You need your goalkeeper if you want to win and be in title races.
"How many times has Alisson done what he has to do? You have to have that, you have to have those magic moments from the keeper.
"We had some exceptional moments from players today as well and to win at grounds like that, you need that."