Aaron Ramsdale Stunned By Bukayo Saka’s Instagram Post
Thierry Henry and Dennis Bergkamp were among the players who appeared in a photograph representing Arsenal’s past, present, and future uploaded on Instagram by Bukayo Saka. He was also joined by Emile Smith Rowe and other club luminaries.
Highbury heroes are widely regarded as two of Arsenal’s finest ever players. They were at the Emirates Stadium over the weekend to witness their team’s 2-1 victory against Manchester United.
When Saka shared the photograph on his Instagram account, Aaron Ramsdale responded with the following statement: ‘Nah, this pic is hard,’
Aaron Ramsdale Responds:
Ramsdale Stunned by that picture… pic.twitter.com/CS6rgRqj6V
— Arsenal FC Lovers (@afclovers_) April 26, 2022
North Londoners are yearning for a return to their golden days. So, their Hale-End stars are the ones who are convincing their supporters. In the short term, Mikel Arteta must steer the team back to the Champions League. This will take a lot of effort.
In terms of position, they are now in the lead of that push. They are currently fourth in the Premier League standings. However, just a few weeks ago, they were losing to Brighton. Moreover, they were slipping farther behind in the fight for the Champions League. Nevertheless, everything has been turned on its head once again as supporters prepare for the north London derby. It is set to be one for the ages, to take place next month.
Arsenal has turned it around in a week
It’s amazing what a week can do for you. Arsenal went from sluggish performances that threatened to exclude them from European competition to thumping Chelsea and Manchester United in four days and pulling two points ahead of the chasing pack in fourth.
Football has a weird way of working. Because of Arsenal’s quality of play, it wasn’t out of the question that they would not win another game for the remainder of the season. Moreover, they couldn’t score, couldn’t defend for 90 minutes, couldn’t find the proper system or people. They couldn’t grind out results against teams that were battling to find their rhythm.
After defeating Manchester United 3-1 on Saturday, after a 4-2 victory over Chelsea the previous week, they have unexpectedly found themselves right back in the mix. While they’ve lost three straight in what is likely the most straightforward section of the closing stretch, they’ve just overcome what may have been the most difficult.