Arteta added: “He was gutted after the match. It’s normal because he’s such a competitive boy, but he needs to realise that this is going to happen in your career.
“At this stage, and if you play for the national team, probably you are going to have a moment when you do something, and then instead of some part of the country, it will be the whole country (on your back). If you want to be at the top for 10, 15 or 20 years you have to be prepared for that. It’s about how you react in those moments.”
England boss Gareth Southgate was full of praise for Ramsdale in midweek amid claims he should be the Three Lions’ No 1. Southgate said: “We were impressed with what he did in the summer and he started very well with Arsenal.