ARSENAL fans are baffled by Aaron Rasmdale – who carried the AWAY kit in the goal against Newcastle.
Arsenal’s all-yellow away kit was donned by Ramsdale, 23, in the 2-0 home win on Saturday.
In the first half of the game, eagle-eyed fans noticed Ramsdale wearing the shirt – as the young England goalkeeper made a superb save from Jonjo Shelvey.
The Premier League has confirmed that the away kit is also registered as a GK kit for this season.
The kits that will be worn for a match are decided at the start of the match week.
Ramsdale typically sported an all-green goalie kit.
However, it would have conflicted with Newcastle’s goalkeeper uniform – worn by Martin Dubravka on Saturday.
Blue was out of the question – worn by today’s referee Stuart Attwell – who couldn’t be in black due to Newcastle’s home shirt.
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This appears to be the first time it has been worn by Ramsdale.
Although his team-mate Bernd Leno wore it twice – in the beating against Chelsea and in a cup match against Leeds.
Ramsdale recently received his first England cap after making his debut in the 10-0 win over San Marino.
He made his way into Arsenal’s starting XI against Bernd Leno.