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Arsenal Record Famous Win Against Borussia Dortmund With Goal By Aaron Ramsey [GIF]

aaron ramsey Arsenal Record Famous Win Against Borussia Dortmund With Goal By Aaron Ramsey [GIF]

Arsenal became the first English club ever to record a victory at Borussia Dortmund’s Westfalenstadion‎ after Aaron Ramsey scored from a header to record a famous victory for the Gunners.

With the win, Arsenal are sit atop first place in UEFA Champions League Group F.

Arsenal had so few clear-cut chances to score in the match, but Ramsey capitalized on some poor defending by Dortmund when Mesut Ozil chipped the ball into the box, which was headed into Ramsey’s path by Olivier Giroud as the Welshman then headed the ball down and into the net past the sprawling goalkeeper.

The next match for the Gunners is this Sunday against Manchester United.

With the loss and Napoli beating Marseille today, Dortmund have slipped from second to third place in Group F. Marseille, with the loss today, are mathematically eliminated from reaching the next round.

For the latest Arsenal news, analysis and opinion, visit our Arsenal team page.

arsenal dortmund goal Arsenal Record Famous Win Against Borussia Dortmund With Goal By Aaron Ramsey [GIF]


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