Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey has overtaken legendary Gunners midfielder Liam Brady to become the 37th highest scorer in the club’s history.
The Wales international put away a penalty against Vorskla Poltava in tonight’s Europa League clash, netting for the 60th time for Arsenal in all competitions, according to Josh James in the tweet below:
Aaron Ramsey overtakes Liam Brady and Kevin Campbell as the 37th top scorer in Arsenal history (60 goals)
— Josh James (@JoshJJames78) November 29, 2018
While Ramsey’s future is in major doubt at the moment as he nears becoming a free agent when his contract expires in the summer, he’s still doing the business for his club when he gets on the pitch.
Despite injury problems and not always being a regular starter in his time at the Emirates Stadium, there’s no doubt Ramsey has cemented his place in the club’s history.
The 27-year-old has scored two winning goals in FA Cup finals and is now ahead of a true club legend in Liam Brady on goals with this impressive landmark reached tonight.
Fans will surely be sad to see Ramsey go if there isn’t a big turnaround between now and the end of the season that sees him stay put in north London.