Aaron Ramsdale, the goalkeeper for Arsenal, has received harsh criticism for conceding Manchester United’s first goal in their 3-1 loss to the Red Devils at Old Trafford.
New signing, Antony, worth £86 million received a pass from Marcus Rashford in the 35th minute which led to the opening of the scoring for the Red Devils.
The Brazilian scored his first goal with a beautiful left-foot finish into the far bottom corner and spun away in an exuberant celebration.
Many supporters believe Ramsdale significantly facilitated the former Ajax player’s situation, though. Ramsdale slid down too early in an attempt to make the stop, according to many, even though it was a one-on-one opportunity and not technically a goalkeeping error.
Additionally, some believe he dived at the near post and left the other side open because he believed Antony was right-footed.
The 22-year-old is unmistakably a “leftie,” and his ball-striking stance made that pretty clear.
The goal was unexpected, and not long before that Gabriel Martinelli had a goal chalked out because a VAR review determined that Martin Odegaard had fouled Christian Eriksen.
It’s interesting how Erik ten Hag raised eyebrows by placing his hand on the fourth official’s shoulder after the opener.
On the hour mark, Bukayo Saka brought Arsenal back into the game, but Rashford scored again to make it four straight victories and hand the Gunners their first loss of the year.
The team led by Mikel Arteta is still in first place by one point and will play FC Zurich in the Europa League on Thursday before hosting Everton at the Emirates on Sunday.
Aaron Christopher Ramsdale, a goalkeeper for Premier League Club Arsenal and the England national team, was born in England on May 14, 1998.
Ramsdale signed with AFC Bournemouth in 2017 after beginning his professional club career with Sheffield United. After going on loans from Chesterfield and AFC Wimbledon, Ramsdale spent a season playing for Bournemouth before returning to Sheffield United in an £18 million original transfer.
Ramsdale has played for England at every level, from under-18 to senior team, and was a member of the side that won the UEFA European Under-19 Championship in 2017 and placed second at UEFA Euro 2020.
How much did Ramsdale cost Arsenal?
Ramsdale joined Arsenal in 2021 in a club-record deal that could have cost up to £30 million, making him the club’s most expensive goalkeeper.
Aaron Ramsdale is an Arsenal sweeper keeper at the moment. Ramsdale stands at 190 cm.
How many clean sheets has Aaron Ramsdale had?
Aaron Ramsdale has played 115 times for Arsenal, and throughout that time, he has amassed 24 clean sheets in addition to 1 assist.
Ramsdale, a supporter of West Bromwich Albion, expressed appreciation for the team’s former goalkeeper Ben Foster when he faced him in 2019.
Ramsdale featured in the Amazon Original sports documentary All or Nothing: Arsenal, which followed the club’s 2021–22 campaign by spending time with its players, coaches, and staff off the field and in the locker rooms.