Ramsdale reveals Arteta’s special trick to win over Newcastle

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Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale revealed Mikel Arteta’s special trick that guided the Gunners to a Premier League win over Newcastle United on Saturday.

    Arsenal goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale has revealed that Mikel Arteta used last season’s defeat at Newcastle to motivate his UFABET team ahead of last night’s 2-0 win. The Gunners visit St James’ Park knowing full well that not winning this game will shatter any hopes of winning the Premier League altogether . Arteta’s side trailed Manchester City by four points on Saturday. after the blue sailors defeated Leeds United 2-1

Ramsdale reveals Arteta's special trick to win over Newcastle

          Many have backed Newcastle to beat Arsenal. After their brilliant season. by last season’s heartbreak on Tyneside Often mentioned before this game, Eddie Howe ‘s side beat the Gunners 2-0, ending their hopes of a top-four finish, and Tottenham Hotspur were the team that Grab it instead on the last day. As many football fans know well. The defeat was documented in Amazon’s ‘All or Nothing’ series, which follows Arsenal throughout the 2021/22 season.

          And Ramsdale confirmed after keeping his first clean sheet since March that Arteta used part of the documentary series covering last season’s results at the morning team meeting. “Great pride and little relief as well, especially talking about what happened last year. To come here and perform like this,” Ramsdale told Sky Sports. We want to put ourselves in the game and the crowd.”

          “It (last year’s game) wasn’t mentioned until the team meeting before we left the hotel. The manager showed us a clip from last year’s documentary, showing all our faces. including the staff shows how much pain we feel We had a strong desire as soon as we left the hotel that today would never be the same. When we need to try hard It really helped us.”

     Meanwhile, Newcastle United manager Eddie Howe was disappointed that his side failed to seize the opportunity. “It was one of those days that it didn’t go our way,” said Salika Dong, the headmaster. “I don’t think there was ever a time when negative attitudes crept into my psychology. I’m proud of the players. It’s a high quality game. It’s an open game. but missing that unpredictable factor.”