Aaron Ramsdale had showcased series of impressive display in his second league start, – recorded third clean sheets across all competitions for Arsenal this season.
The Englishman is proving every bit worthy of the £24 million paid, after keeping his third clean sheet in three games for Arsenal.
After marked his debut with clean sheet in Arsenal’s 6-0 win over West Bromwich Albion, Ramsdale handed his first league start against Norwich City following international break.
However, the 23-year-old shot-stopper utilizing the opportunities to showcased why Mikel Arteta pushing the club chiefs to getting him at any cost from Sheffield United last summer.
Against the Canaries the Englishman recorded his second clean sheet before produced another solid display at Burnely on Saturday evening, with end up with third clean sheet in three games for Arsenal.
At Turf Moor stadium on Saturday evening, the shot-stopper dealt with Burlney’s ariel balls properly while commanding his area with absolute authority.
Ramsdale has made five high claims in his two Premier League appearances, a total which puts him joint-fifth in the entire division, including goalkeepers that have played five games. Per 90 minutes, he’s second only to Brighton’s Robert Sanchez.
With the ball at his feet, he’s taken the kind of calculated risks Arteta needs him to take, and he hasn’t looked scared to do so. Some of his passes have required real quality and have got Arsenal going forward well.