Watch Sanogo’s priceless reaction to Ramsey’s stunner in Arsenal win

It's fair to say that Yaya Sanogo was somewhat stunned by Aaron Ramsey's goal

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Yaya Sanogo displayed some fantastic facial expressions after Aaron Ramsey’s stunning goal in Arsenal’s 4-1 win over Galatasaray on Tuesday.

The Wales international scored one of the contenders for goal of the season as he left-footed half-volley flew into the top corner from 30 yards in the first half of the Champions League clash.

Sanogo was clearly stunned by the quality of the strike, and the video above shows the striker in complete disbelief after the ball hits the net.

Ramsey and Podolski both scored two goals as Arsenal finished their Champions League group-stage campaign with victory in Turkey.

Despite the win, Arsene Wenger’s men still finished runners-up to Borussia Dortmund in their group.

Arsenal host Newcastle United at Emirates Stadium in their next Premier League game on Saturday evening.

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