Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey has claimed that the team will go for goals right from the whistle against Monaco in the Champions League on Tuesday.
Ramsey will be part of the squad aiming to do the unthinkable and overturn the 3-1 defeat suffered at the Emirates Stadium when they travel to the south of France in midweek.
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We have been in this position before, a trip to Bayern Munich in 2013 almost turned into a magical night as we eventually went out on away goals. That day, we scored inside three minutes and Ramsey is hoping to do the same on Tuesday.
“We need to score goals. So we will go there and try to score three or more goals and hopefully not concede any. That’s our target and that’s how we will approach it,” the Welshman said (via the Daily Star).
“We had a sloppy first leg and we’ve made it quite difficult for ourselves but it’s not over yet. We are more than capable of scoring three goals.
“We scored three today and we believe in ourselves. We’ll go into the game believing we can achieve that.”
Ramsey was back among the goals against West Ham, where he produced the kind of performance which made him one of the most outstanding players in the division last year.
The timing couldn’t be better too with as many players on form needed if we are to make history in the Champions League.