“Roaring Lions” just defeated San Marino with a score of 10-0 in the qualifying round of football. On Monday night,
Ramsdale, Emile Smith Rowe and Bukayo Saka were featured together for the game, with the 23-year-old keeping a clean sheet in the day. His own debut with the national team,
Ramsdale sees his performance in the game as an advancement for the Gunners and admits he is proud of his two club-mates.
“I’m proud of both of them. It was a great night for all three of us and the whole club,” he said.
“It was a breakthrough for the club and we were doing well at the national level. I couldn’t be more proud of the two of them.”
The trio will return to play under Mikel Arteta for Arsenal’s trip to Liverpool on Saturday.
Ramsdale may have only had one save to make during a quiet debut between the posts but the former.
Bournemouth and Sheffield United goalkeeper is keen to build on his bow.
“At the end when the boss spoke to me, he just put his arm around me and said ‘this isn’t a throwaway game.
We still weren’t qualified and we needed to obviously secure a point to go to Qatar. It is not just a chance for you to play and tick it off’.