'F***ing s***, man! Tackle that f***ing player' – Arsenal's Aaron Ramsdale's fumes after goal during All or Nothing doc | The Sun

AARON RAMSDALE lost his rag with team-mates after conceding a consolation goal last season.

Arsenal comfortably led Aston Villa 3-0 last October when Jacob Ramsey pulled one back with eight minutes remaining.

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The Gunners won the game 3-1, but Ramsdale was simmering with rage regardless.

Leon Bailey had been able to ride a couple of feeble challenges before the ball fell to Ramsey to tuck home from the edge of the box.

Ramsdale, 24, could be seen waving his arms in fury at the time – and Amazon's All or Nothing documentary has lifted the lid on just how shaken he was.

As he returned to the dressing room he tore off his gloves and shin pads and tossed them aside before putting his head in his hands.

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He blasted: "That was f***ing s*** man.

"Go with the f***ing player. That cost me the b****** clean sheet."

Ramsdale had to be consoled by baffled staff, as his team-mates smiled and celebrated the victory.

The goalkeeper had arrived for around £30million from Sheffield United earlier in the year, a transfer that raised eyebrows given his performances as the Blades got relegated.

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After taking Bernd Leno's spot in the Arsenal team, Ramsdale opened up for the Prime Video cameras on the pressure of playing for the Gunners.

He said: "When you play for a big club you definitely feel it [pressure] and I’m loving it.

"I'm not walking around saying I am the best in the world but I'll always have aspirations to get there.

"Where I've come from in terms of the past two seasons, I knew how hard clean sheets are to come by in this league.

"It's not just me trying to keep the ball out of the back of the net or my back four, it's everyone.

"The Aston Villa game in the last five minutes where they scored another day that could be a 1-1 equaliser or a 2-1 and the last five or ten minutes are a nervy ending."

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