99 touches, six key passes; Aaron Ramsey shines again for Wales

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The Arsenal star was key to their impressive victory against Russia.

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Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey was in fine form as Wales beat Russia on Monday evening.

Chris Coleman’s side finished their Euro 2016 group games with a flourish as they secured top place in Group B courtesy of a 3-0 win over a disappointing Russian side.

Ramsey opened the scoring in the game, before further goals from Neil Taylor and star man Gareth Bale made the win a more comfortable one.

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It was a highly impressive display from the Welsh, and Ramsey was a key part of their success once again. As the stats, provided by WhoScored, show he was highly impressive throughout the game.

He managed 99 touches in total, the most of any player the game, with four of those proving to be unsuccessful.

Offensively he was a threat throughout, bagging the opening goal of the game but also registering four shots, two of which were on target as well as four dribbles.

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His passing was particularly impressive as he made 69 passes in total, six of which were key passes, and enjoyed an overall pass success rate of 84%.

A top quality performance from Ramsey then, who will be hoping these fine displays for Wales can earn him a central role at Arsenal next season.

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