Arsenal fans react on Twitter to Ramsey display v Bournemouth
By Dominic Toner
Aaron Ramsey played the entire match for Arsenal against Bournemouth – and the club’s supporters were furious on Twitter with his performance.
The Gunners managed a remarkable comeback to earn a 3-3 draw at the Vitality Stadium, but would have hoped for three points before the game.
Charlie Daniels, Callum Wilson and Ryan Fraser ensured that the hosts were in the driving seat by the 58th minute, but a comeback inspired by Olivier Giroud earned a point.
Giroud got the assist for Alexis Sanchez and Lucas Perez goals, before heading in an equaliser in the 92nd minute.
Arsenal were poor for the majority of the game despite rescuing a point and Ramsey failed to impress after being recalled to the starting XI.
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The club’s supporters highlighted the central midfielder for his display and some claim he should not be playing in the first-team during the immediate future.
Here is a selection of their messages on Twitter:
Ramsey, the biggest fraud of all.
— Ayhan (@Ayhan94_AFC) January 3, 2017
Ramsey`s career at Arsenal should be over. He brings nothing to this anymore, he needs to go. You can tell he frustrates Sanchez #afc
— Rocastle (@ArsenalScandi) January 3, 2017
Would settle for draw. We were poor for first 60 minutes down to 3 nil. 3 goal comeback. Don't ever bench Lucas for Ramsey! #AFC
— Izhamm (@izham_afc) January 3, 2017
— Peter (@AFC1970) January 3, 2017
— Kenneth Tesem (@Bizzer9) January 3, 2017
If only we didnt have Ramsey today, we might have won. Utter nonsense of a performance. Too slow and complacent. #afc
— Hitesh Bagaria (@HiteshBagaria) January 3, 2017
Ramsey should not be allowed anywhere near 1st team ever again #afc
— Ashay Varadkar (@Dream_Gooner) January 3, 2017
This is what happens when Ramsey starts
— AFC TOM (@el_pedro88) January 3, 2017
Ramsey needs to be sold……now
— ℳℜ.KIИGßEEZ???????? (@lando_AFC) January 3, 2017
Ramsey has now made 13 appearances this season for the north London club and is yet to score.
The attacking midfielder is yet to make an impression in the first-team this campaign and has also missed a large part of the season through a hamstring injury.
He has scored 40 goals during 280 appearances for the club, but has lost his calmness in front of goal this season.
Ramsey proved during the European Championships in 2016 that can be at top player and is now under pressure from fans to recreate that form in an Arsenal shirt.