Arsenal’s Ramsey eyeing ‘successful week’ with Man United in his sights

Aaron Ramsey has hailed his Arsenal side’s performance in midweek, before taking aim on the tie with Manchester United on Saturday.

The Gunners demolished Huddersfield Town on Tuesday night, beating the Terriers 5-0 at the Emirates Stadium, a win that took us back into the top four of the division for the first time since the opening weekend of the campaign.

Our side will be brimming with confidence now, and Aaron Ramsey has hailed our midweek display, before aiming a warning at Man United, who come to the Emirates this Saturday evening.

“Full credit to Huddersfield, they made it difficult for us to break them down. We upped the tempo in the second half and were more clinical,” the Welshman said.

“Mesut Ozil was ill for the Burnley game but his batteries were recharged and he was fantastic tonight.

“We wanted to take advantage of being at home and we did that again. It is another three points and hopefully now we can go into the Manchester United game at the weekend full of confidence and hopefully it will be a very successful week for us.”

A win over the Red Devils will pull us to within a point of second in the table, although would give Premier League leaders Manchester City the chance to pull 11 points clear of their nearest rivals with only 15 matches completed.

We can only concentrate on our own results at present, but I feel like Ramsey and co will be able to secure all three points this weekend.

Will Ozil be the key to unlocking Jose Mourinho’s bus tactics? Should we be confident of the win on Saturday?

Pat J

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  1. Ozil will never unlock United defense. How many years did he try, and how many years did he fail? We need a team without Ozil to beat United. Arsenal need pace to beat United. Welbeck, Walcott, and Sanchez should lead the attack.
    Ramsey should play simple game, not trying to dribble because we get punished when he lose possession. He is not good at dribbling

    1. Walcott might be useless because his movements are predictable and he is not as agile as Salah or Mane. We don’t know which Ozil would show up, Ozil that would work hard to impress his potential future manager (Mourinho) or Ozil that would help his potential future club to win (remember Chamberlain’s performance against Liverpool before he joined them)?

    2. I think he also scored and assisted in our 3-2 loss at Old Trafford.

      So Özil’s got a good record against United.

  2. I don’t know how but we need to beat manure at any cost to actually bring our season back on track. So far it has been like three steps forward and one step backwards…….But if we beat them we will certainly lay down a marker that we can beat anybody with any playing style…..

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