Newcastle Coach Names the Arsenal played who destroyed his Boys and Gave Mikel Arteta all 3

Newcastle Coach Names the Arsenal played who destroyed his Boys and Gave Mikel Arteta all 3 points, NOT Odegaard, Saka or Xhaka.

Eddie Howe, the manager of Newcastle United, has acknowledged that he was highly impressed with Aaron Ramsdale, the goalkeeper of Arsenal.

Howe made this statement during an interview on the official website of his club after they lost 2-0 to Arsenal.

The game was decided by a goal from Martin Odegaard from a long distance and an own goal from Fabian Schar.

This result has kept Arsenal’s chances of winning the title alive, while making Newcastle’s position in the top four a little more uncertain.

Despite Manchester United’s loss the previous evening, Liverpool is rapidly advancing and exerting pressure on both teams.

If not for some outstanding performances from the Arsenal team, the outcome of the game could have been very different.

Jorginho, who played in midfield for Arsenal, had one of his most impressive performances since joining the club, and was well-supported in the middle by Granit Xhaka.

Eddie Howe specifically commended Arsenal’s goalkeeper, Aaron Ramsdale, for his outstanding performance.

Ramsdale made multiple crucial saves during the game, ensuring that he kept a clean sheet. Without his exceptional form, the outcome of the match would have been significantly altered.

Speaking after the match about Newcastle’s missed chances, Howe said: “I think it’s a bit of both [bad luck and need for better finishng].

“Jacob’s strike is a great strike, early in the game, that’s just such fine margins.

“Fabi’s header is a big moment in the game, Ramsdale has made a great save – Fabi probably feels he should score.

“But it was one of those days where it just wouldn’t fall for us”

The most remarkable save made by Ramsdale was when he stopped Fabian Schar’s shot at point-blank range.

Fabian Schar had an opportunity to score when he was left unmarked in the box and headed the ball towards Arsenal’s goal. However, Ramsdale reacted quickly and used his instincts to deflect the ball away from the goal with his arm.

Both Eddie Howe and Mikel Arteta praised Ramsdale for his performance in the game.

In the matchup between two English goalkeepers, Ramsdale emerged victorious over Nick Pope and was the only one who managed to keep a clean sheet, despite Pope’s impressive performance. Ramsdale’s club paid £30m for him, making him the most expensive English goalkeeper ever.

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