Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale insists his side need to do better after they were held to a goalless draw against Brighton.
Arsenal was far from their best at the Amex Stadium. They had to cling on to salvage a point against Brighton side who were the better team on the day.
Brighton was unable to take advantage of their chances. Arsenal was under the cosh for large portions of the game. Aaron Ramsdale was called into action on several occasions. The 23-year-old claimed his third clean sheet from four Premier League appearances on the day, but he has admitted that the performance and result were disappointing overall.
He told Sky Sports after the game: ‘Personally and collectively the performance needs to be better especially with where we want to get to. It’s another point and been a good month so we keep looking up now’. Ramsdale acknowledges that the Gunners need to improve, though insists they have ‘turned the corner’ after losing their first three games of the season.
The result ended Arsenal’s three-game winning streak after wins over Norwich, Burnley and Tottenham. Mikel Arteta’s side was impressed with a rampant win over their local rivals last week. Scoring three goals in 34 minutes in the first half.
Arsenal has risen to ninth in the table after taking 10 points from their last four Premier League games. While Ramsdale now prepares to link up with the England squad for October’s clashes with Andorra and Hungary.
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