Not only did the Arsenal midfield star Aaron Ramsey help his national team Wales to achieve their greatest ever result in beating the top ranked side in the world Belgium to book a place in the semi-finals of Euro 2016, he was also the best player on the pitch and was deservedly awarded to Man of the Match award by Sky Sports and many other football experts.
Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsey will miss Wales semi-final match-up against Cristiano Ronaldo, after starring against Belgium tonight.
The Arsenal star picked up his third Man of the Match award for the current tournament, after helping his side to eliminate the Red Devils, who are ranked number 2 in the FIFA World Rankings.
Aaron Ramsey is set to be promoted to captain of his Wales side for the upcoming quarter-final match against Belgium.
Ashley Williams started the competition wearing the armband for Wales, but looks likely to miss out on the crucial match with the Red Devils due to injury.
The European Championships restarts again today after two days off, with the first knock-our round set to begin at 3PM local time (2PM GMT).
Arsenal have a number of players still involved in the tournament, with a number holding reserved confidence in going deep into the competition.
In some ways it was a good night for the Arsenal players involved in Euro 2016 last night, as the England midfielder Jack Wilshere and the Wales midfielder Aaron Ramsey both joined the French duo Koscielny and Giroud and our new Switzerland star Granit Xhaka in the knockout stage. England are currently fourth favourites for the trophy with every online sportsbook, but Wales are still considered big outsiders despite ending up on top of England’s group.
The European championships could take a very different turn for the two Arsenal players involved in their respective nations final group games today and the end of today’s play there could be very different emotions for Aaron Ramsey and Jack Wilshere. The online soccer betting puts England in with the best chance of going to the next round but I think a lot of Welsh people may disagree considering that our tiny neighbours have their secret weapon Gareth Bale.
England are desperate to snatch a win against Wales today, in order to get their title bid back on target, but the points wont come easy.
Arsenal stars Jack Wilshere and Aaron Ramsey could be set to go head-to-head in midfield tomorrow, should the Gunners youth product get called into the first team, and this duel could prove to be pivotal in the result.
England take on Wales in a must-win game on Thursday, and we thought we’d run a competition to give you further interest in the crunch match.
BulgarBoy was the winner of Saturday’s entry, being the only person to correctly pick that painful 1-1 final scoreline, and this lucky reader will need to email us with his delivery details to collect his prize.