Arsenal manager, Arsène Wenger believes free-scoring midfielder isn’t the only reason behind Arsenal’s renaissance this season. The Welsh box to box midfielder has netted 10 goals and five assists in all competitions this season, and has added lots of engine and dynamism in the middle of the park for the Gunners.
This rich vein of form of the 23 year old has coincided with Arsenal’s brilliant start to the season, with the Gunners now five points clear after a 2-0 win over Liverpool on Saturday evening, where Ramsey provided yet another moment of magic for his team, with a 30-yard stunner.
This has caught the eye of both observers and critics of the North-London club suggests the ex-Cardiff man is behind Arsenal’s impressive win on Saturday. Wenger however doesn’t agree with that assertion and believes the victory against the Reds was a collective effort from all his players.
The Arsenal boss said: “Ramsey is playing well but you cannot single anyone out today because I felt that the whole team played well and the defensive performance was outstanding. We kept Sturridge, Suarez, Gerrard and after that Coutinho and even Moses quiet.”
The Gunners would now look to replicate that same form in Wednesday’s pivotal clash against high-flying Dortmund in the Champions League, at the Signal Iduna Park, on Wednesday.