Burnley 0 Arsenal 1: We’ll keep plugging away, declares Aaron Ramsey

Aaron Ramsey promises that Arsenal will do all they can to win their remaining games after 1-0 win over Burnley

Aaron Ramsey promised that Arsenal will do all they can to win their remaining games after the midfielder fired the Gunners to a 1-0 win at Burnley on Saturday.

Ramsey, 24, scored the only goal for the Gunners when he fired home into the roof of the next in the 12th minute at Turf Moor.

The victory marked the first time that any team in the Premier League has won eight games in a row.

And after seeing the north London side move to within four points of leaders Chelsea, Ramsey declared his intention to help the Gunners keep up their fine form.

Speaking to Sky Sports, midfielder Ramsey said: “This was definitely one of the tougher games. A lot of big teams have dropped points here this season. I think we looked pretty solid.

“We’re just taking one game at a time. We’ve got a semi-final now next week which we’re really looking forward to.

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“Chelsea are a few points in front of us. It’s up to us to keep plugging away and keep this winning run going – and hopefully they slip up.”

Arsenal’s next game is their FA Cup semi-final clash with Reading at Wembley next Saturday.

Arsene Wenger’s men then take on Chelsea at Emirates Stadium on 26 April in what could be a decisive game in the race for the Premier League title.

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