CHECK THIS OUT: Jude Bellingham and Bukayo Saka impressed with Ramsdale’s performance.

CHECK THIS OUT: Jude Bellingham and Bukayo Saka impressed with Ramsdale’s performance.

After Aaron Ramsdale, an Arsenal star, plays the full 90 minutes for England, Jude Bellingham and Bukayo Saka react.

Aaron Ramsdale, an Arsenal star, started in goal for England against Scotland last night, and Jude Bellingham and Bukayo Saka appear to have been impressed with his performance.

Jordan Pickford is rarely given a break by Gareth Southgate. The Everton player, who is without a doubt the best, has nearly always excelled for the Three Lions. Ramsdale, however, was chosen last night, and the Arsenal number one performed admirably.

The Instagram post.

To Arsenal star Aaron Ramsdale, Jude Bellingham and Bukayo Saka send messages.

In a game where Aaron Ramsdale hardly had anything to do in terms of saves, England easily defeated Scotland 3-1 last night.

Last night, the hosts had no shots that were on goal.

The score appears respectable because of an unfortunate own goal by Harry Maguire, but the game was wholly one-sided.

Although Ramsdale didn’t need to make a save the entire game, he frequently had to play out from the back and did an outstanding job every time.

The 25-year-old Arsenal player completed each of his ground passes while having 48 touches of the ball.

With 11 of his long passes, he also connected with a teammate; one of them was truly stunning.

Last night’s game was greatly enjoyed by Ramsdale, and it appears that Jude Bellingham, Bukayo Saka, and a few other people were equally impressed with his performance.

Under Ramsdale’s Instagram post, the Real Madrid player commented “him,” and Saka added: “My boyyyy!”.

Here’s how a few other people responded.


Following this international break, there has been much discussion about David Raya taking Aaron Ramsdale’s place in goal at Arsenal.

The Spaniard was a fantastic goalkeeper, and the Gunners acquired him from Brentford this summer on a season-long loan.

It makes no sense for Mikel Arteta to switch things up this weekend, but despite a few blips over the past few months, we believe Ramsdale has done enough to maintain his spot in the side.

On Sunday, when Arsenal hosts Everton at Goodison Park, we anticipate Ramsdale to start in goal.

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