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The Rise of Aaron Ramsey

Aaron Ramsey has, arguably, been the best player in the Premier League. But how has the Welshman gone from liability to world-beater?

Aaron Ramsey is fast becoming the most talked about footballer in the world as the young Welshman's form and influence on games continues to improve.

In Arsenal's historic victory over Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League last night, Ramsey netted the only goal of the game (his 11th of the season).

Up until the start of this term and since his return from a horror injury a couple seasons ago, the midfielder had been considered a flop and scapegoat for Arsenal's poor form. Wenger was even considering putting him out on loan to Fulham.

However, Ramsey has now established himself as an automatic starter for The Gunners. His performances have been key to Arsenal's terrific start to the 2013/14 campaign.

His current play is now eclipsing that of young ace Jack Wilshere - who now has to make do with watching from the sidelines. It could be said that at the moment, he is even playing better football than his Welsh peer; Gareth Bale.

The record-signing of Mesut Ozil during the Summer has been key to Ramsey's progress. Just like the rest of his Arsenal teammates, Aaron has raised his game to the level of world-beater Ozil.

Along with this, he is now playing with confidence that was not evident previously. He is taking chances, running at players, shooting from anywhere and creating goal-scoring opportunities for his teammates.

Whether it be a flash of form or the start of a legacy, we are just enjoying watching Aaron Ramsey play for now.

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