Aaron Ramsdale was voted Man of the Match after his eight saves against Leicester City saw him collect yet another cleansheet as Arsenal continue their unbeaten run.

LEICESTER, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 30: Jonny Evans of Leicester City shoots at goal but misses past Aaron Ramsdale of Arsenal during the Premier League match between Leicester City and Arsenal at The King Power Stadium on October 30, 2021 in Leicester, England. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)
LEICESTER, ENGLAND – OCTOBER 30: Jonny Evans of Leicester City shoots at goal but misses past Aaron Ramsdale of Arsenal during the Premier League match between Leicester City and Arsenal at The King Power Stadium on October 30, 2021 in Leicester, England. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

Speaking after the game, Aaron Ramsdale was as humble as you could imagine, despite his heroics on the pitch.

“It’s a super result away from home,” Ramsdale told BT Sports after the game.

“We started really well, got two good goals, thankfully it was one of those afternoons I contributed.

“It was just one of those days and it seemed I was saving everything that was thrown at me.”

But it wasn’t just Arsenal fans or pundits who were raving about Ramsdale, two of the most legendary goalkeepers the game has ever produced also weight in with their opinion on Twitter:

Ramsdale was the undoubted man of the match as his stats show:

  • Expected goals conceded 1.93
  • Saves 8
  • Diving Saves 5
  • High claims 2
  • Recoveries 13

Immediately after the game, Mikel Arteta said about Ramsdale’s best save, “I haven’t seen the video. My reaction when I saw the ball leaving Maddison’s foot, I said ‘goal’. I don’t know how it happened. It was incredible. And the moment and timing of it as well was crucial.

“I just seen the picture, it’s incredible.”

He also spoke more about Ramsdale at his press conference.

“We invest money in talent and people that we believe can be great for the future of the club,” Arteta said.

“We made the decision based on that. Aaron has had some really encouraging performances.

“Today he made some incredible saves to help the team maintain the clean sheet. He needs to continue to do that.

“In football he has to do that for 50 games for 20 years. It is only the start.”

Ramsdale now has four cleansheets in seven Premier League appearances for Arsenal and six in 10 in all competitions.

He has conceded five goals in 10 games.