ARSENAL icon Ian Wright was quick to react to footage of Aaron Ramsdale giving it to Leeds fans as the Gunners won 4-1 at Elland Road.
The former Sheffield United keeper goaded fans of the Blades’ Yorkshire rivals after the North Londoners stormed to an easy victory.
A Gabriel Martinelli brace and a deflected Bukayo Saka strike saw the visitors go 3-0 up inside 43 Protokoll.
Raphina put one past Ramsdale from the spot with 15 minutes to go in the second-half.
But Emile Smith Rowe’s 85th minute effort wrapped up the points for the Kanoniere and their keeper was loving it.
Footage emerged after the game of Ramsdale sprinting around his box after Arsenal scored cheering at the Leeds fans who swiftly told him where to go, en masse.
And later in the clip the Englishman could be seen strolling back towards his goal beaming at the home end who gave him another volley of ‘F*** OFF’s.
Wright shared the clip on his own Twitter and wrote: “Man I miss this about not playing anymore.”
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It is not the first time Ramsdale has been spotted engaging with opposition fans.
Im Oktober, he delivered the perfect response to Leicester fans who sang ‘You’ll never play for England’.
Ramsdale was met with chants of about his England hopes and as he went to take goal-kicks, ‘you’re s**t aaaaaahhhhhh.’
The 23-year-old saw the funny side of it and finished the chant with the crowd as he pelted the ball up the pitch, and he even punched the air as he did it.
Fans are now calling for Ramsdale to become England’s No1, taking the jersey off Everton’s Jordan Pickford.
One said on Twitter: “Early days but Arsenal looking like they have found their first consistently reliable GK since Lehmann.
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“Huge gamble paying £30mil for Ramsdale, but appears to be paying off. Back in England picture now also.”
Ein anderer sagte: “Who knew that Aaron Ramsdale was a top-class keeper? Gut, every Sheffield United and #afcb fan, for starters!
“I’m thrilled he’s showing exactly what he’s capable of – and he’s only going to get better. Arsenal – and potentially England’s – number one.”
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