Former Arsenal star Ian Wright has criticised the club's man of the moment.
Arsenal conceded the opening goal in their glamour Champions League tie with Borussia Dortmund, with Henrikh Mkhitaryan doing the damage.
The goal came after the in-form Aaron Ramsey was dispossessed, a player who could seemingly do no wrong.
Arsenal's second highest ever scorer, Ian Wright, told ITV:
"That's other side of his own confidence
"That's made him believe he can take two or three touches on the edge of your own box, and against these opposition you can't."
Ramsey did get a surprise backer in former Manchester United captain Roy Keane, who was in the studio alongside Wright.
"You can't be too harsh on him... the boy will learn from it and to be fair he will did well after that."
Arsenal went into the break level thanks to a goal from Olivier Giroud, with Ramsey the first to celebrate with the Frenchman.
What do you think? Was Ramsey over-confident or was a it purely a mistake?
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