AARON RAMSDALE built on his reputation as a wind-up merchant by teasing Leeds fans after Arsenal's 1-0 win yesterday.

The Gunners keeper was filmed fist-pumping and sarcastically applauding Whites supporters after the final whistle ended a dramatic afternoon of action at Elland Road.


Footage tweeted by @afcevan shows the former Sheffield United star grinning as he teases supporters behind the goal as he walks back to collect his drink and towel.

The 24-year-old's antics are predictably greeted with boos from the vociferous Yorkshire crowd.

It was the last thing Leeds fans wanted to see after having to endure an undeserved defeat to the early Prem leaders.

They were already frustrated at seeing a Patrick Bamford goal ruled out for a soft push in the penalty box, and seeing their No 9 miss a penalty.

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The home side were also fuming after a late penalty for them and red card for Gabriel Magalhaes were overturned following a VAR check.

England star Bukayo Saka scored what would prove to be the winner in the first-half after a dreadful cross-field pass from Leeds forward Rodrigo was intercepted.

The game also had a 40-minute delay due to a local power cut.

So bating from Ramsdale was the last thing home fans wanted to see as they looked for their side to end a five-game winless streak.

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They did at least manage to give Ramsdale a bit back with some less than flattering hand gestures along with a barrage of verbal abuse.

The online footage also sparked a number of inevitably bias reactions from both clubs' fans.

One tweeted: "I love him. Treasure this man at all costs.

"Now I wanna see this s***housery at the World Cup for England!"

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