English Premiership

Ramsey: WBA win was important

2014-12-01 12:27
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Cape Town - Aaron Ramsey wants Arsenal to continue their run following two wins on the bounce.  

Ramsey was pleased that his side managed to secure all three points in a tightly contested match against West Bromwich Abion.

Ramset told the Arsenal Player: "Even though there was pressure, we played well against Man United and just built on that."

"We won in midweek against Dortmund and carried on and got back to winning ways in the league, so hopefully we can continue this run now."


The midfielder is keen to see his side take advantage of the momentum that is being built up.

"It was important to build on midweek and keep this run going and it is nice to win again. It was never going to be easy with the quick turnaround but we did well, we dug in and got the three points."

Ramsey was delighted to have striker Olivier Giroud back in the team after the French striker's return from a serious leg injury.

"It is nice to have him back in the squad. He holds the ball up well, he links play and he is dangerous as well so we are delighted to have him back." said Ramsey.

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