Aaron Ramsdale’s excellent save to deny Tottenham’s Ryan Sessegnon has been included in the League’s shortlist for January.
Our shot-stopper nominee this season is the first man to produce a match-winning display in the North London Derby to help us to victory and another clean sheet.
His string of saves was impressive throughout the match, but one that stood out the most was coming back into the game in the 51st minute with the Spurs losing after conceding two goals.
Sessegnon cut in quickly from the left flank and played a one-two with Harry Kane, who saw him finish from six yards out. The first time he received a shot, but Aaron was focused on the matter, spread himself and managed to stick with his left hand only to deflect the shot into the corner.
It’s a long way for Ramsdale to claim his ninth clean sheet of the campaign so far, and the appointment to learn the reason for the division in January.
Against former Gunners Lukasz Fabianski and Emiliano Martinez of West Ham United and Aston Villa respectively, as well as Chelsea keeper Kepa Ariazabalaga, David de Gea of Manchester United and Newcastle United is Nick Pope, who did all the best to deny the players at Crystal Palace.
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