Aaron Ramsdale boasts about getting a signed Cristiano Ronaldo shirt

Aaron Ramsdale boasts about getting a signed Cristiano Ronaldo shirt to Arsenal team-mate Bukayo Saka in viral All or Nothing clip… even after Man United star had denied him clean sheet in Emirates clash last season

  • Aaron Ramsdale shows off a signed shirt from Cristiano Ronaldo to Bukayo Saka
  • Footage of the players’ interaction can be seen in a recent All or Nothing episode
  • The goalkeeper received the shirt after a 3-1 over Manchester United last season 
  • Ramsdale is in a better mood than after losing his clean sheet against Aston Villa
  • After conceding an 82nd minute consolation in October he was visibly furious 

Aaron Ramsdale was seen by All or Nothing viewers boasting to Bukayo Saka about getting a signed Cristiano Ronaldo shirt after the Arsenal’s 3-1 home win over Manchester United in April last season. 

Following the release of the latest episodes of the Amazon documentary, a clip of Ramsdale bragging about the shirt to his England and Arsenal team-mate has gone viral. 

Arsenal won the game but the goalkeeper was denied a clean sheet by the Portuguese legend towards the end of the first half, although Ramsdale did not seem too bothered by that fact.  

A clip of Aaron Ramsdale showing off a signed Cristiano Ronaldo shirt to Bukayo Saka has gone viral after a recent episode of All or Nothing

Following the game the Stoke-born keeper was seen walking into the Arsenal physio room, and after being asked if he picked up any shirts from their beaten opponents, he said: ‘Just a Cristiano [Ronaldo] signed one.’

And his team-mate replied: ‘What? Hahaha good joke, mate!’

Ramsdale then showed his new shirt off to the 20-year-old, before sauntering out the treatment room with his arm aloft. 

Ronaldo’s goal in the 82nd minute at the Emirates Stadium denied Ramsdale his clean sheet

Ramsdale kept 12 Premier League clean sheets for the Gunners as he won his first England cap

Following Ramsdale’s triumphant exit, Saka promised physios: ‘Don’t worry, I’m gonna get mine! I’m gonna get mine!’

It is a stark comparison to the former Bournemouth and Sheffield United shot stopper’s reaction to conceding a late goal to Aston Villa in the 82nd minute of their October 2021 clash. 

The game finished 3-1 – the same as the final result against Ronaldo’s United – but Ramsdale was visibly irate at the late concession in an earlier episode of the documentary. 

He was visibly devastated after losing a clean sheet six months earlier against Aston Vila

Victory over United is undeniably a bigger scalp than that of Villa, but the difference in the young keeper’s attitude was plain for viewers to see six months after the win over the Midlands side. 

In a break-out season that saw him receive his first England cap, usurp Bernd Leno’s No 1 spot and keep 14 clean sheets in all competitions All or Nothing gives fans a behind-the-scenes view of the player’s first term as an Arsenal player.

The final episodes of Amazon Prime Video’s eight-part documentary were released on Thursday August 18, with the Gunners next in action on August 20 when they travel to the south coast to face Bournemouth. 




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