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Ramsdale was in net for his side's thumping 4-1 win over Leeds at Elland Road on Saturday.
The customary Aaron Ramsdale goal celebration! pic.twitter.com/J2sBRNs7im
- Evan Cooper (@Lacazest) December 18, 2021
Gabriel Martinelli bagged a first-half brace, with Bukayo Saka adding a third before the break. Second-half substitute Emile Smith Rowe grabbed a fourth in the 84th minute.
Despite failing to keep a clean sheet, the England international deserves a special mention for his sh*thousery in front of the Leeds faithful.
He triggered the whole stand with his hilarious antics when Arsenal scored against Leeds.
The 23-year-old is no stranger to winding up the opposition fans, with his latest stunt confirming his status as the sh*thouse king of the Premier League.
Arsenal and Ramsdale fans loved the keeper's outrageous behaviour.
One tweeted: "This guy can handle pressure and hate chants from the opposition fans that's HUGE."
A second wrote: "As a Leeds fan behind that goal, I thought it was good sh*thousing from him. All part of the theatre."
A third added: "Ramsdale triggering the entire league before they all have to support him as England's #1 one day. You just love to see it."
Another commented: "Sh*thousery honed in the lower leagues."
Ramsdale joined Arsenal from Sheffield United and he's since become the club's No.1 after playing 15 of their 18 league games this season.
He's quickly becoming a fan favourite, with his heroics for the Gunners being recognised by Gareth Southgate who handed him his first England cap last month.
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