Aaron Ramsey opened the scoring for Wales this past Tuesday night, with the Red Dragons running out 2-0 winners – even if it wasn’t the most comfortable of victories.
Despite losing 2-0 against Bosnia-Herzegovina, Wales qualified for the Euro 2016 Championships on the weekend. There was little riding on their clash with Andorra therefore, and the players had probably been partying for the last couple of days.
It took them a while to get going, but Ramsey eventually broke the deadlock.
The Arsenal star was in the right place at the right time, and pounced on a loose ball at the back post. He capitalised on some poor defending by Andorra, and smashed it into the back of the net from close range.
Check out the goal below:
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Hopefully he brings his goalscoring boots back to Arsenal with him, as he seems to have misplaced them recently.
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Ramsey was unquestionably one of the best midfielders in football a couple of seasons ago, but has struggled to find his best form since being sidelined with injury. We could badly do with a confident Ramsey this season, and it would be great to see him back among the goals again.