Aaron Ramsey and Wenger talk about their improved show in Champions League

Big clubs are not big coz they are having world class players but because they know how to recoup their loss in any league and that is why we often see a side losing a match immediately comes back with a bang in the next game; this is coz manager and coach both put their hundred percent and motivate players to rule the next game. Arsenal, the league side who is struggling to enter into the next stage of Champions League, is one such side who was almost ousted from UEFA tourney when they lost to Stoke last week but like any other professional team they used their core efforts, put everything down into the field and won the next game with Galatasaray by 4-1. Though, they were as fighting as they are known for in the game with Mark Hughes side as well but as we know only last score counts in checking your performance in any game.

In European League triumph Ramsey and Lukas Podolski were the heros with two goals each and they answered all the critics that English sides can be threatening on European front as well. With this impressive show, they are almost ready to enter into last sixteen with just a small hurdle. Aaron Ramsey, the 23-year-old Welsh international, talks about the ups and downs his club is passing through this season including their completely changed outlook in games with Stoke as well Galatasaray. Replying when asked if recent win can hike their confidence after last week disaster, he said, “Obviously we came here wanting to win the game so we’re happy that we won. We finished off on a high in the group stages and now we’re looking forward to seeing who we’re up against in the next round.

“We looked dangerous every time we went forward tonight, which was pleasing, and we scored a few goals which is always nice. So we took full advantage of the opportunity. It was nice to get the four goals that we scored tonight.”

Manager Wenger is also happy with their show though as well little disappointed they could not top their group, he added, “A little bit, but we knew at half-time we had to score six without conceding and I think the fact we had to take Flamini and Ramsey off took a bit of our power away going forward. In the second half we had a few more problems dictating the game. Unfortunately it wasn’t enough but we finished with 13 points and did the job tonight.”