Arsenal secured their successive Premier League triumph on Sunday as they scrapped past Burnley via a last-gasp penalty.
The north London side struggled to find a way the Clarets backline for most of the game, and the Gunners’ faithful were not pleased with the performance of one ‘Aaron Ramsey’.
The Welshman has been a valuable performer for the Gunners in the new 3-4-2-1 formation, but he has still divided opinion among the club’s supporters.
While Ramsey was the player, who earned the late penalty, which Alexis Sanchez dispatched, he was the subject of criticism on social media with calls for Jack Wilshere to start ahead of him.
Here are the best tweets regarding the Welshman’s showing……
Aaron Ramsey should be starting for Burnley not Arsenal. Average
— Arsenal (@ffarsenalfc) November 26, 2017
You are 26 but play like a teenager.
When are you actually going to perform consistently ??
After getting to 40?
— Nabin Dutta (@Ranting_Gunner) November 27, 2017
Aaron Ramsey is a terrible player. Terrible terrible terrible.
— Munachimso. (@DavisAgughalam) November 26, 2017
— Omar Kanoo (@omarkanoo_) November 26, 2017
Ramsey playing awful for Arsenal again.
— Chris Driver (@ChrisDriver) November 26, 2017
I would start #Wilshere in the place of #Ramsey for #Arsenal. He is creative and does not slow the pace of the game as much as Aaron does in my opinion. You can bring #Ramsey as the sub. #COYG #PL #AFC
— Anükram Adhikary (@Anukram_Human) November 27, 2017
Burnley 0-1 Arsenal. It has been a while since I've been this nervous in a match. We got 3 big points in a very tough place to go. I liked the intensity of our game. Took this seriously from the beginning. Wilshere should start over Ramsey. He's way more creative and energetic.
— ArsenalArena (@ArsenalArena) November 26, 2017
Jack Wilshere added the extra energy to the Gunners’ attack coming on as a second-half substitute, and he could earn his first league start of the season on Wednesday in place of Alex Iwobi rather than Ramsey.
The Nigeria international got the nod in Mesut Ozil’s absence through illness, but his ineffectivity could offer a much-needed start for Wilshere, who is desperate to make the most of his chances in the starting lineup.
Arsene Wenger has already confirmed that Ozil is unlikely to be fit prior to the Huddersfield Town clash at the Emirates, but Wenger will nevertheless expect a stronger performance at home, where Arsenal hold a 100 percent league record this term.
With the win over Burnley, Arsenal are up to fourth in the standings for the first time this season with arch-rivals Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool dropping points over the weekend.