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Aaron Ramsdale Breaking Down THAT Save vs Leicester With Childhood Hero Ben Foster Is An Incredible Watch

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Aaron Ramsdale Breaking Down THAT Save vs Leicester With Childhood Hero Ben Foster Is An Incredible Watch

Aaron Ramsdale appeared on childhood hero Ben Foster's 'Premier League VLOG' to break down his save of the season contender against Leicester City and it's a heartwarming watch.

The Arsenal goalkeeper stunned fans inside the King Power Stadium last month when pulled out a strong left hand to deny James Maddison's free-kick.

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It looked spectacular from every angle and it helped Arsenal secure a vital 2-0 win. Ramsdale had stayed quiet on exactly how he did it... until now.

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Foster had Ramsdale on his VLOG following Arsenal's 1-0 win over Watford on Sunday to offer some insight into elite level goalkeeping.

Ramsdale, who grew up a West Brom fan and idolises Foster, had a smile on his face throughout the entire video.

Check it out from 10:42 below.


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"I've watched it 100 times already honestly!" the 23-year-old joked.

"He had a sighter before, which hit the wall, and I've trained with him a lot. I thought he was going to reverse it because it's so close to the box.

"I thought he's gonna put a load of pace on it my side. My goalie coach has talked a lot about saving my side. I took a negative position, protecting my side. I've seen it's not gone my side and just gone, just gone, and it looks better of the bar doesn't it?"

Foster then says he's amazed at Ramsdale's flexibility and reaction to the ball.

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Ramsdale continued: "The photos look so good! Obviously the second one was a bit of luck. I didn't have a clue where it was."

Foster then tells Ramsdale he's the most in-form keeper in England and his reply was "That's class!"

Ramsdale was called up for England duty this week and will be part of the squads that face Albania on Friday and San Marino on Monday.

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He joined the Gunners from Sheffield United in the summer for £24 million and has replaced Bernd Leno as number one.

Manager Mikel Arteta believes he'll be Three Lions number one in the future.

Image Credit: PA
Image Credit: PA

"I would say, I think when you dream big it is always positive," he told the Evening Standard.

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"Keep your feet on the earth.

"There are people who make those decisions and he needs to be doing what he is doing every day - train the way he trains, look after himself the way he trains, have that mentality he has and put in performances. And the rest will come."

Featured Image Credit: Ben Foster/YouTube

Topics: Leicester City, Football, Premier League, England, Aaron Ramsdale, Arsenal

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