Matchday 13 started today with Arsenal facing struggling Newcastle United in an early kick off match.Arsenal wanted to go back to winning ways after 4:0 humiliation by Liverpool last weekend.While also Newcastle dropped points after drawing against Brighton and Holve Albion.Arsenal started well and played good till they got their first goal in the second half through 20 year old Bukayo Saka.Arsenal added their second goal 10 mins later through substitute Gabriel Martinelli.But it was Ramsdale who rescued Arsenal for the match of the game after making 6 strong saves to keep arsenal in the match and maintain a cleensheet.Ramsdale made his best save of the day when he denied Jonjo shelvey a curler in the 78th minute which made Arsenal still remain in the match.Ramsdale also denied Matt Ritchie and Fabian Schar after his heroics the whole match.Ramsdale has kept 8 cleensheets since he joined Arsenal 3 months ago from Sheffield United.
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