Arsenal: Arteta delighted with Ramsdale's show
Mikel Arteta was full of praise for Aaron Ramsdale after the Arsenal goalkeeper pulled off a string of fine saves in the Gunners' 2-0 win over Leicester.
Arsenal are back in Premier League action next Sunday when they are 1.44 to claim a home victory over Watford. The Hornets are 6.50 to claim three points while the draw is available at 4.75.
Fast start sees off Foxes
Goals from Gabriel and Emile Smith Rowe put the Gunners 2-0 up within the first two minutes but the Foxes were unable to battle their way past the former Sheffield United custodian.
The England squad member had to be at the top of his game as he dived to his left to deny James Maddison with a spectacular stop from the Leicester midfielder's free-kick.
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Ramsdale steals the show
However, he was also at his best to deny Brendan Rodgers' side as the Midlands outfit pressed forward in search of a goal in the second half.
Ramsdale moved to the Emirates for an undisclosed fee in August having spent last season plying his trade for the relegated Blades, but Arteta is convinced the 23-year-old can develop if he continues to work hard.
"We invest money in talent and people we believe can be great for the future of the club," he said. "Aaron has had some encouraging performances, today he made some incredible saves.
"He needs to be doing what he's doing every day, training the way he does and working hard.
"He has to look after himself and keep the mentality he has, and then the good performances and the rest will come."