May 07

Arsenal Goals of the Season – #8 Aaron Ramsey v Man United

Despite another barrenless campaign for Arsenal in terms of silverware, Arsene Wenger’s side have continued to entertain their domestic and international audiences by scoring some of the most sumptious goals seen this season.

From last-minute wonder strikes, to free-flowing passing moves, the Gunners have provided various breathtaking moments during what has been an exciting, unpredictable 2010/11 Barclays Premier League.

Gooner Talk have rounded up 10 of Arsenal’s Goals of the Season for your viewing pleasure. The goals were decided on the basis of technical ability and match importance. If you feel we’ve missed any out, don’t hesitate to get in contact with us.

After having his leg broken at the Britannia Stadium over a season ago, some supporters and pundits alike suggested that Aaron Ramsey would ‘never return the same player’.

He certainly rubbished those suggestions during last Sunday’s 1-0 win over Manchester United.

The Welshman blew the Premier League title race wide open as his second half goal clinched a superb win over Sir Alex Ferguson’s men on Sunday.

Ramsey’s 57th minute goal signalled a return for a player who had not been expected to play a major part in the end of Arsenal’s season. And what a finish it was.


8 Responses to “Arsenal Goals of the Season – #8 Aaron Ramsey v Man United”

  1. Chris M says:

    Chris- It seems the video isn’t working. It says that the video is not available.

  2. Gooner Chris says:

    Video updated. It takes a while to load, but it’s decent quality.

  3. Gooner786 says:

    great goal

  4. Gooner786 says:

    ramsey to score tomorrow please!

  5. cesc says:

    if manure had won this game they would have won the league.
    we played them off the park.
    the first time for a long time and the only difference i could see was useless diaby and denilson weren’t playing.
    i might be wrong but i don’t think we missed the chuckle brothers wenger should get rid of both of them. diaby has had long enough now.

  6. ole says:

    Happy St. Totteringsham day, everybody;) Cheers

  7. josemaria says:

    nice lay -off from van persie , aaron took his goal quite well if ask me .. think its significant cos of the team we played with

  8. prince says:

    what was walcott, arshavin and wilshere doing behind those tall man u defenders?how were they thinking the ball across to them to score???
    one of the reasons why barca is better than us.


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