A selection of Arsenal fans on Twitter reacted to Aaron Ramsey’s performance during Wales’ 2-0 win over Turkey at Euro 2020.
Ramsey produced a mixed display in Baku yesterday but made amends with a crucial goal for his country before the half-time interval.
The Welshman missed two clear-cut chances to find the back of the net, but he was third time lucky from another sumptuous long ball from Gareth Bale.
The former Arsenal star made another late run behind the Turkish backline, managing a perfect chest control before scoring in the 42nd minute.
Ramsey continued to impress with his link-up play, and before being substituted, he made a crucial challenge to deny a potential equaliser for Turkey.
Wales went on to win 2-0 with a stoppage-time goal from Conor Roberts.
Bale, who was undoubtedly the man of the match, showed his class with a dribble across the byline before slipping the ball for Roberts to score.
Ramsey spent 11 years with the Gunners before he made the switch to Juventus for free in 2019. He continues to have a strong following among the fans.
Here are a few reactions on Twitter.
We are in 2021 and Aaron Ramsey still makes the difference in the biggest games. World class.
— LTArsenal™ (@ltarsenal) June 16, 2021
Aaron Ramsey at Arsenal:
– 369 games
– 64 goals (most of any AFC midfielder)
– 65 assists
– 3 trophies, 2 cup final winning goals vs Hull & Chelsea
– Arsenal POTS in 13/14 & 17/18
— now.arsenal 🏴 (@now_arsenaI) June 16, 2021
Honestly speaking, I wouldn't really mind having Aaron Ramsey back.
Experience and leadership qualities.
1st team International player. #Wales
— ZeinMayassi (@ZeinMayassiAFC) June 17, 2021
Can we just grow up and bring Aaron Ramsey back
— Amit (@AFCAmit) June 16, 2021
Think Ramsey could 100% still do a job for us @Arsenal, thought he was great for Wales tonight
— REALISTIC GOONER (@Realistic_AFC) June 16, 2021
Ramsey, who is valued at £12.6 million by Transfermarkt, could be on the move this summer after falling out of favour with Juventus.
Some of the Gunners’ faithful would entertain his homecoming, but it is reported that there is ‘no chance‘ that the club will look to re-sign him.
The 30-year-old could still end up in the Premier League with reported interest from Everton and West Ham United.
Stats from Transfermarkt.com