‘He’s gone too high up,he’s in no mans land’: Ex spurs goalkeeper Paul Robinson blames Ramsdale for Saliba’s own goal

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Former Tottenham goalkeeper Paul Robinson has blamed Aaron Ramsdale for Saliba’s own goal against Leicester on Saturday.

Arsenal defeated Leicester City 4-2 but Ramsdale’s performance left the former number one unimpressed.

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It is Arsenal’s second win in two EPL games, and they now share a perfect record with Manchester City.

Robinson believes Arsenal would have kept a clean sheet if it hadn’t been for poor goalkeeping decisions. Speaking on Stadium Astro he said:

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I thought both goalkeepers were poor today, to be honest. You can’t defend the goalkeeping today. As Saliba heads the ball you look at Ramsdale’s position, he’s in what you call no mans land.

Saliba’s not expecting his goalkeeper to be there . He’s gone too high up, Saliba looks up and hopes his goalkeeper is back. But Ramsdale ends up in no mans land and he causes his defender a problem.

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