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Video: Aaron Ramsey’s Goal Against CSKA Moscow Was a Thing of Real Beauty

Video: Aaron Ramsey’s Goal Against CSKA Moscow Was a Thing of Real Beauty

Aaron Ramsey and Mesut Ozil combined for a classic Arsenal goal against CSKA Moscow tonight, to give the Gunners a comfortable 4-1 lead going into half-time.

Ramsey scored the first goal of the evening after some neat build-up play from Ozil, Jack Wilshere and Hector Bellerin… only to see it cancelled out by Aleksandr Golovin’s brilliant free-kick.

Arsenal were able to step it up a gear after letting their lead slip though, with Alexandre Lacazette coolly slotting home from the penalty spot.

However, the highlight has to be Ramsey’s second goal, featuring a terrific assist from Ozil:

Has there ever been a more ‘Arsenal’ goal than that?

The scoreline will of course be warmly welcomed by the Arsenal faithful, who have had to endure a frustrating and at times turbulent season in the Premier League.

Surely even Arsenal can’t let a three goal advantage go in the second-half at the Emirates?

Can they?

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