With his 66th-minute strike from a re-bound from Nicolas Pepe's lethal shot that hit the post, Aubameyang finally got Arsenal's season started. Despite the fact that Arsenal only scored once, Arteta received his first much-needed point of the season after three false starts.
Among the game's positives was one that every Arsenal fan had hoped for: a switch from Leno to Ramsdale in goal. Many reports claimed that Ramsdale would be given a chance to prove his £24m price tag before the Norwich PL game, and with his clean sheet against Norwich, he really proved that Edu did not throw that money down the drain.
A clean sheet for Arteta's side this weekend was a breath of fresh air after Leno had conceded nine goals in his previous three Premier League games. After the game, Arsenal fans on Twitter were quick to praise Ramsdale's performance and explain why they believe he is the goalkeeper who will win them games: "As the saying goes, goalkeepers win games while strikers win titles." Here are some of Ramsdale's Twitter appreciation posts.
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