Aaron Ramsdale is being hailed for making one of the best saves in years after denying James Maddison a free-kick right before the half-time whistle.
Arsenal defeated Leicester 2-0 due to an explosive start that saw two goals in twenty minutes.
Maddison, however, could have scored a completely different scoreline when he landed his free kick at the area’s edge.
As Ramsdale scrambled to his goalmouth, he had to hold his head in order to avoid being thrown off.
Ramsdale was not done. He was immediately called back to action, denying Johnny Evans.
“Best save I’ve seen for years by Ramsdale,”Peter Schmeichel tweeted the tweet, as he was there to see his son in the other goal.
“Certain man are deleting their tweets!!!!! Big Aaron Ramsdale,”Ian Wright also added
Chris Wilder, Ramsdale’s former boss, spoke on BBC Radio 5 Live. “It was a brilliant save and alert defending for the follow-up to clear it and preserve that two-goal lead.
“It’s not about admiring the save, but the drills that you do during training. Brilliant.
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Ramsdale was transferred to the Gunners by Mikel Arteta, who wanted to rebuild his squad following a disastrous campaign.
Arsenal fans didn’t like the new addition to the team.
Ramsdale, however, was the main attraction of Saturday afternoon’s show after some quietly brilliant performances.
Ramsdale won the man of match award for the King Power performance.
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Lucy Ward, who was commentating on the clash for BT Sport said: “After being relegated twice, you might have thought his confidence had been knocked.
“But his stats always showed he was a top-performing goalkeeper.
“It’s why getting that goalkeeper and the back four right. Brendan Rodgers can’t believe that save, nobody can believe it.”