Aaron Ramsdale was one of the main protagonists in Arsenal’s victory this Saturday over Leicester City (0-2), the third of the ‘Gunners’ in the last eight days after those harvested at the Emirates against Aston Villa (3-1) and Leeds United (2-0).

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The ex of Sheffield United, holder to the detriment of Bernd Leno since the fourth day of Premier League, prevented the ‘foxes’ from reducing distances on the scoreboard with several worthwhile interventions. The most spectacular, a gliding flight on 42 ‘after a free kick. James Maddison. When the King Power Stadium was already scoring a goal, between Ramsdale and the crossbar prevented the Coventry midfielder from making it 1-2.

Rival goalkeeper’s father

An intervention that publicly applauded Peter Schmeichel, British football legend and father of the local goalkeeper, Kasper, ensuring that it is “the best I have seen in years”. In England, the former Danish player defended the goals of Manchester United (1991-1999), with which he won the Champions League in 1991, Aston Villa (2001-2002) and Manchester City (2002-2003), the last club he played for before retiring in May 2003. He also played in Denmark and Portugal, between 1999 and 2001 with the Sporting.

For his part, his son Kasper has played all his life in the islands, wearing the shirts of the Manchester City, where he trained as a footballer, Darlington, Bury, Falkrik (Scotland), Cardiff City (Gales), Coventry City, Notts County, Leeds United and Leicester City, to which he arrived in 2011 and of which he is captain today.

A young Kasper Schmeichel, with the Manchester City jersey

A young Kasper Schmeichel, with the Manchester City jersey

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