The Gunners crashed to a 2-0 loss in the London derby against Chelsea on Saturday afternoon at Stamford Bridge as the host took full advantage of the nine-men and scored right at the beginning and end of the second half through Kurt Zouma and a deflected Eden Hazard effort.
The defeat in west London was the second in succession for Arsene Wenger’s side following a disappointing setback in their Champions League opener against Dinamo Zagreb in midweek.
Ramsey, who returned to the starting XI for the Premier League clash, spoke to the club’s official website after the game and stressed the importance of getting back to winning ways in the huge north London derby against Tottenham Hotspur for the Capital One Cup third round clash at White Hart Lane on Wednesday night:
“Of course. It’s not good enough for a club like Arsenal to lose two games in a row,” the Welshman admitted.
“Hopefully now we can put things right on Wednesday. It will be a feisty game with hopefully some goals in our favour,” Ramsey added.
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