Midfield ace pays tribute to under-fire manager.
Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey has dedicated his side’s 4-1 thrashing of Turkish giants Galatasaray on Tuesday to manager Arsene Wenger, according to the Daily Express.
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The Gunners had made an electric start on Tuesday night at the Turk Telekom Arena, with a goal from Lukas Podolski after just two minutes, the German forward making the most of a rare opportunity in the first XI.
Ramsey added a second shortly after before thundering home another great goal later on, and the Welshman said after the game that the players owed Wenger a big performance after seeing their league campaign stutter recently.
“Every player here wants to work hard for him, we have proven that again here,” Ramsey said.
“He has been under some unfair criticism, but we are all out there, are in it together. We wanted to get the result for us and for him.
“Whenever we go into a game, he knows our qualities, always believes in us and gives us a great feeling.
“Every time we go out there we are representing ourselves, our club and our manager.”
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