Ahead of Arsenal’s match against Leicester City this weekend, Aaron Ramsdale has named Jamie Vardy as his toughest opponent.
As Arsenal look to stay in the hunt for a top-four finish, they take on Leicester City this weekend.
Instead, both of them will line up for Leicester on Sunday, and Aaron Ramsdale says that of all his opponents in his career, he has particularly bad memories of facing Vardy.
“The one I hate playing against most is Jamie Vardy,” Ramsdale said. “The guy just doesn’t stop running. I’d love to have him on my team, hate playing against him.
“I’ve played against him five times now, he’s scored four times.”
Whilst Vardy does indeed have four goals in five games against Ramsdale, he did fail to score in the last two, and he’s yet to score against the Arsenal goalkeeper with his current club.
You would’ve thought that Vardy’s record against Ramsdale and against Arsenal would be a recipe for disaster, but the Gunners somehow came away from the King Power Stadium with a clean sheet in October.
The downside is that Vardy and co. will be looking for revenge on Sunday. Mikel Arteta’s side are certain to face another stern test.