Arsene Wenger confirmed that Aaron Ramsey is OK after the midfielder was withdrawn in the second half due to a suspected knee injury.
The Welshman has been in outstanding form this season notching eight goals in all competitions, and although he was unable to clinch victory for the Gunners he still threatened from a wide position during his time on the pitch.
Fans were naturally worried when Ramsey walked gingerly after a hearty challenge halfway through the first half, with Wenger eventually opting to replace the midfielder after 59 minutes with Rosicky who went on to assist Wilshere’s equalizer.
Wenger told the media of Ramsey’s injury situation after the Gunners 1-1 draw with West Brom:
He’s alright, he had a kick but I saw that he was not complelety running free so I took him off.
With the international break now on the agenda meaning two full 90 minute matches for the Welsh maestro, the Gunners will be hoping that he recovers quickly from the knock and does not aggravate it while on duty with his national team.
Ramsey has shown how important he is this season, so hopefully he will be in good condition for the Gunners next fixture against Norwich City on October 19th. But the good news is the knock is nothing serious.