'Good s***housery' – Arsenal ace Aaron Ramsdale reveals why he celebrated in Fernandes' face after missed Man Utd pen

AARON RAMSDALE has described his Bruno Fernandes post-penalty miss celebrations as "good s***housery".

The Arsenal and England goalkeeper often shows his passion on the pitch.


On numerous occasions this season, Ramsdale has often become overwhelmed by "pure emotion" in match-deciding events.

One of those moments came in one of Arsenal's biggest wins of the season against top-four rivals Manchester United.

The Gunners won the all important match 3-1, but Fernandes missed a penalty which could've tied the game up at 2-2 in the 56th minute.

And as Fernandes' effort missed the target, Arsenal keeper Ramsdale ran straight out towards the Portuguese star and leapt in the air to celebrate right in front of the penalty taker.

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On the celebration, the 23-year-old said on the That Peter Crouch Podcast: "It was good s***housery, but I think it got blown out of proportion because there was five or six Arsenal players in front of me so I celebrated with them.

"It looked like it, I probably had that a bit in my head then stopped halfway, but it's just emotion. 

"Nothing to do with him or to do with the football club or anything like that. 

"It was just pure emotion."

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Ramsdale isn't shy to celebrate in front of rival fans either.

After the Gunners sunk 4-2 Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, the keeper waved at Chelsea fans behind his goal.

Ramsdale also stuck his tongue out, leaving fans loving his savage side.

Leeds fans also fell victim to Ramsdale's antics when Arsenal ran riot at Elland Road.

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