Ramsey has now been directly involved in 102 goals in all competitions for Arsenal (54 goals, 48 assists) and continues to show why it is crucial that the club tie him down to a new long-term contract.
Granted, one game doesn't justify a transfer, but the signs are good.
"He didn't do it until now because I think he rushed, sometimes, with his finishing".
Although a different type of player to Alexis, it's clear that the 29-year-old fits perfectly into the current 4-2-3-1 system, and his partnership with Ramsey looks even more promising.
Addressing a press conference on the eve of their English Premier League match (EPL) against Everton, Wenger added the squad had some weaknesses they have to deal with, reports Efe. The second goal came from a corner after Aubameyang had his first shot on target which was parried behind by the keeper. Mesut Ozil found Shkodran Mustafi at the near post flicking on for Laurent Koscielny who got the better of Mangala and nodded in at the back post.
Yet Aubameyang wasn't at all bothered.
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17 - OOPS! Smiles as he inadvertently gets a foot to a low shot from Nacho Monreal and sends the ball rolling out for an Everton goal kick.
However, BBC Sport didn't see it that way. Everton haven't kept a clean sheet in any of their last six matches, and they have leaked 12 goals in that period.
"On the flip side, there was also a hint of his individualistic streak - he did not seem too thrilled when Koscielny beat him to the scoring touch for Arsenal's second, throwing his arms out in front of him in an apparent gesture of mild frustration", they wrote.
"Overall, two players integrated well into our game and they looked as if they had played for us forever". In fact, Arsenal fans end up making themselves look like spoilt little rich kids.
The former Arsenal and Barcelona forward could make his debut for United in their FA Cup fifth round clash at Yeovil on Friday, or failing that, against Tottenham at Wembley on Wednesday night.
A lot of people may call me negative again and I respect them, but as I mentioned in my article before the game, it could be the Arsenal at Swansea next week against Spurs and that would be not good enough. "It's annoying that we conceded a goal, but it was still a good performance by the team", Iwobi told Arsenal's official website. Make of it what you want, but the guy is all Arsenal - quick feet, sharp mind, slick passing, he was excellent, but of course overshadowed by the elephant in the room.
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