Arsenal ace Aaron Ramsdale ‘does a Martin Keown’ as salt rubbed in Bruno Fernandes’ wounds

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Aaron Ramsdale has etched himself even further into the hearts of the Arsenal support after he replicated Martin Keown’s infamous celebration, with Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes missing a penalty in a crunch clash at the Emirates on Saturday afternoon.

Mikel Arteta’s men went into the interval 2-1 up after a strong start, with goals from Nuno Tavares and Bukayo Saka giving the Gunners renewed confidence in their bid for a top-four spot. Cristiano Ronaldo’s strike gave United a lifeline, and that could have been capitalised on after Tavares handled in the box from a United corner.

Fernandes took the ball and gave himself the responsibility to equalise from 12 yards, given that he has an admittedly strong penalty record since his move in January 2020. But his dragged penalty after a stutter in the run-up saw him hit the post, with the ball going wide as a result.

And Aaron Ramsdale did not hide his delight by celebrating in the Portugal star’s face – reminiscent of the infamous celebration that Martin Keown did to Ruud van Nistelrooy 19 years prior at Old Trafford.

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