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“He played well last night but his teammates let him down, he deserve to be on the winning side”- Man United legend Rio Ferdinand praises 25-years old Gunner star who was very impressive in the shocking defeat against West Ham last night

“He played well last night but his teammates let him down, he deserve to be on the winning side”- Man United legend Rio Ferdinand praises 25-years old Gunner star who was very impressive in the shocking defeat against West Ham last night

Rio Ferdinand, a legend of Manchester United, praises Arsenal’s 25-year-old star, saying, “He played well last night but his teammates let him down, he deserves to be on the winning side.” The player was very impressive in Arsenal’s crushing loss to West Ham last night.

The BBC analyst complimented Arsenal’s 25-year-old player despite West Ham’s loss.

On a disappointing evening for Arsenal at West Ham, Ferdinand praised Aaron Ramsdale for his save at the start of the second half.

After Jarrod Bowen forced the goalie into an incredible save and Arsenal was eliminated from the Carabao Cup, Ferdinand spoke with BBC Radio Five Live.

Arsenal was not eliminated from the competition because of Aaron Ramsdale. Ben White, 25, was definitely fouled as he scored an own goal. Nor could he really control the two goals West Ham scored in the second half.

Mark Schwarzer also praises Aaron Ramsdale after his save.

However, he did a fantastic job of blocking Bowen right after the half, no question about it. Lucas Paqueta did a great job preparing the forward. Moreover, Bowen seemed to be trying to dunk the ball over his England teammate.

However, Ramsdale was able to move quickly and raise his hands in order to claw the ball away. Ben White was present to make sure Mohammed Kudus was not the winner.

It seemed to be a historic night for Ramsdale, since he had lost his starting position to David Raya. And he was congratulated by Mark Schwarzer on what could turn out to be a major stop.

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“That was almost spot-on from the beginning. The way West Ham won Aaron Ramsdale’s long, high ball was superb. Also, the attack turn happens very quickly. Bowen takes a great opportunity and runs incredibly well off the shoulder.

However, Ramsdale was able to move quickly and raise his hands in order to claw the ball away. Ben White was present to make sure Mohammed Kudus was not the winner.

It seemed to be a historic night for Ramsdale, since he had lost his starting position to David Raya. And he was congratulated by Mark Schwarzer on what could turn out to be a major stop.

“That was almost spot-on from the beginning. The way West Ham won Aaron Ramsdale’s long, high ball was superb. Also, the attack turn happens very quickly. Bowen takes a great opportunity and runs incredibly well off the shoulder.

Before the year ended, he might have made one of his last appearances. Up until that point, Raya seems certain to start every game—aside from the one against his parent team, Brentford.

This is particularly significant in light of the current confusion surrounding Ramsdale. This week, TEAMtalk revealed that Ramsdale may go on loan from Arsenal in January.

If he moved on in the winter, that would be unexpected. But the absence of League Cup games might make Ramsdale even more disappointed at not being able to play in the Premier League or Champions League.

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