Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale loves to get involved with the opposition supporters, and he was at it again with the Leeds United fans on Saturday.
It’s no secret that Aaron Ramsdale enjoys the back-and-forth banter with the opposition fans at matches, and we’ve already seen the goalkeeper go viral when he joined in with the chants of “you’re s**t, ahh” away at Leicester City.
Ramsdale was at it again on Saturday, though it seems he doesn’t need to do much to wind people up nowadays.
This time around, Ramsdale celebrated an Arsenal goal by wheeling away in front of the Leeds support and raising a celebratory fist towards them, before grinning and waving to them as he walked back into his goal.
Not much, perhaps, but it sent the Leeds fans into a bit of a frenzy.
I love Ramsdale 😭😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/trqF0ElhyI
— Joe™️ (@JoeAfc1) December 19, 2021
Ramsdale posted about the reaction he got after the game, writing on his Instagram story that he had “plenty of mates behind the goals tonight”, along with a cry-laughing emoji.
There was another amusing moment on Ramsdale’s Instagram, as Ben White tried to apologise for conceding the penalty that cost the goalkeeper his clean sheet.
White posted “sorry” in the replies to Ramsdale’s latest post, only to receive a response from the goalkeeper’s dad, saying: “Sorry!!! Wait til u meet his mom”
It seems White needs to do a bit of reconciliation in his next game!