Photo: Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsey posts Wales rugby selfie

Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey voices his support for the Welsh rugby team on Saturday morning

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Aaron Ramsey has taken to Instagram to voice his support for the Welsh rugby team on Saturday morning.

Wales take on Australia in their first autumn international of the year at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

And the Arsenal midfielder was feeling patriotic as he posted a picture of himself in a Wales shirt ahead of the match.

Ramsey share the picture above and wrote: “Good to have the rugby back today. Come on Wales! A win against Australia is long overdue #Cymru.”

Ramsey’s post comes after Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger urged the midfielder to focus on “getting his priorities right” on the pitch for the Gunners.

Wenger said on Friday: “I think you have to be guided by not what people say, but the way you want to play and the [way the] game should be played.

“When you score a goal but have a disastrous game, people say you have been great.”

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