Aaron Ramsey finishes off perfect team goal for Arsenal
When Arsenal were at their peak under Arsene Wenger they played some of the most fluid football the Premier League has ever seen.
The twilight years of Wenger's time at the Emirates began to somewhat overshadow just how well some of his earlier teams played under him but eventually the Frenchman left, but his successor Unai Emery has at times been able to replicate some of the best football played from the Wenger era.
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There's no better example of vintage Arsenal than Ramsey's opener against Napoli on Thursday night. Arsenal pick the ball up through the midfield, cut down the right, squeeze a ball in behind the defence before striker Alexandre Lacazette teed up Ramsey for a finish just in front of the posts.
Ramsey, 28, has signed a pre-contract agreement to join Juventus at the end of this season and AC Milan and Italy legend Franco Baresi believes the Welsh international can thrive in Italy.
"I've seen him play. He's obviously a great player," he said.
"I think Juve has really landed a great coup there and I'm sure he'll be able to adapt to Italian football."