Aaron Ramsey must want a win away to Stoke more than anyone else in the squad.
However, after the 0-0 draw, he admitted that Arsenal had to fight for the point. The midfielder is therefore probably pretty happy with the result.
Playing at the Britannia has become one of our most dreaded fixtures and I’m sure Rambo feels the same after breaking his leg there in 2010. On Sunday, it appeared as if the occasion got to him a bit and his passing wasn’t the best.
After the match, the Welshman tweeted his thanks to the traveling fans, who were incredibly vocal throughout the match.
We had to work hard for a point today. As always, thanks to our travelling fans for the support. Time to prepare for Chelsea #AFC
— Aaron Ramsey (@aaronramsey) January 17, 2016
On to Chelsea we march but this time it’s on our turf. Hopefully the team are ready to restore the balance and take back those three points we unfairly lost at Stamford bridge earlier in the season.
The fans will be up for it, fingers crossed the players are too.