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The “elite” Arsenal Champions League moment has Ian Wright unable to contain his excitement

The “elite” Arsenal Champions League moment has Ian Wright unable to contain his excitement

The goals of Bukayo Saka, Leandro Trossard, and Gabriel Jesus gave Arsenal a commanding 3-0 lead over PSV in their Champions League match on Wednesday.

Ian Wright referred to Arsenal’s first Champions League goal in seven seasons as “ELITE” as they had a fantastic first half against PSV.

In contrast to the first 45 minutes of Wednesday’s game, when Mikel Arteta’s team was down 2-0 to the Dutch, they didn’t encounter any difficulties. Arsenal took a decisive lead at the Emirates thanks to goals from Gabriel Jesus, Leandro Trossard, and Bukayo Saka.

Wright, a former Arsenal player, was pleased with his ex-team’s performance and praised the development leading up to Saka’s goal on X, formerly known as Twitter.
In order for Saka to score the opening goal, the Gunners made a number of passes before Martin Odegaard’s shot rebounded.

Wright tweeted “WILLIAM SALIBA!” in reference to the defender’s contribution to the goal’s setup before adding, “Watch the full build up kmt! (kiss my teeth) ELITE!”.

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A Sky journalist describes what he saw Aaron Ramsdale do tonight as he was making his way to the Arsenal bench

A Sky Sports journalist described what he saw Aaron Ramsdale do as he made his way to the Arsenal bench tonight, after the goalkeeper was benched for the second straight game.

Arsenal’s match tonight in the Champions League, which they hadn’t played in since 2016, was significant.

Due to his exclusion from the starting lineup, Aaron Ramsdale might feel unfairly treated.

Although David Raya, a summer signing, appears to have supplanted the English international as the top choice.

It appears as though the Spanish goalkeeper, who just made his Premier League debut for the Gunners last weekend, may be Mikel Arteta’s first choice.

A Sky journalist describes what Aaron Ramsdale did tonight in the image below by Alex Pantling/Getty Images.

Ramsdale will undoubtedly feel disappointed about missing out on his potential debut in the Champions League.

While covering the game for Sky Sports, Gary Cotterill shared what Ramsdale did as he made his way to the dugout just before the game.

“Left out again tonight, but Aaron Ramsdale thinks he still has a part to play,” Cotterill said.

On his way to the dugout, he encouraged and patted each starter who was lined up in the tunnel.”.

The 25-year-old will want to respond in a way like this tonight, and Mikel Arteta will too.

He clearly has the mindset and drive to recover despite losing his position. His response demonstrated that he has a positive outlook and won’t get upset about being replaced for the important match.

Since joining the team, Arteta has been able to bring the group together, and they now appear to be a strong unit that is ready to stand up for one another.

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