The 23 year old scored the first goal for the Gunners, before a double from Lukas Podolski sealed the win that saw them maintain their one advantage over Everton in the Premier League table.
The Welshman is confident that the Gunners can win their four remaining fixtures to secure Champions League football for next season.
Speaking to Arsenal’s official website, he said:
I thought it was a very professional performance from the lads. It was important to come here and get the win to keep our position in the league. I thought we did ever so well today.
It was always going to be a tough game coming here. Any result away from home in this league is good. We were professional in the way we went about things but we got the job done. We stayed quite tight at the back and we got the job done on the break and made them pay.
Our objective is to win every game until the end of the season. We’ve beaten West Ham and now Hull today, we’ve got a few more games to go and we’re quite confident we can do it [finish in the top four].
The Gunners will meet Hull City once again in the FA Cup final on May 17th, but Ramsey insists that it won’t be so easy to beat them at Wembley.
We’ve beaten them twice but we’re not going to take them lightly in the final. They’re a well-organised team and quite dangerous when they get the ball wide and get crosses into the box.
We’ll be aware of that and we can’t rely on our previous performances against them, so we’ll expect another tough challenge in the final.
It may have been a dress rehearsal for next month’s FA Cup Final and thankfully the Gunners proved a cut above their hosts, cruising to a well deserved victory. Ramsey showed what Arsenal have missed for much of the second half of this season, as he provided the spark with his well taken goal.
Ozil also returned for his first start after an injury, but didn’t have much of an influential presence. However, his and Ramsey’s inclusion in such a clinical display made it hard not to wonder if Arsenal might still be in the title race had they been available more frequently in recent months.
The win briefly put the Gunners four points clear in the race for fourth spot, but Everton replied with 2-0 win at Goodison over reigning champions Manchester United. Arsenal will host Newcastle and West Brom, before travelling to Norwich for the final game of the season, but the Toffees fixtures appear the toughest as they visit City and Southampton.
The Gunners will now be confident of taking maximum points from their remaining games though, after producing a more Arsenal-like display at the KC Stadium. All we have to do is win the last three games to take fourth spot and a Champions League place. Seems simple doesn’t it?
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