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Aaron Ramsey: We are really disappointed


Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey says he is disappointed after only gaining one point from Saturday's early kick-off against Manchester City.

The Gunners led the reigning English champions and were closing in on a very important victory before Martin Demichelis restored parity for the Citizens.

"It was a very tough game, very quick paced and I thought we started really well and could have gone one or two in front," Ramsey said after the match.

"But the quality they have, they capitalised on the counter attack and took their chance.

"We did well to get back in front and then it is obviously disappointing to concede the equaliser from a set play."

Arsene Wenger's men will now travel to Germany to face Borussia Dortmund in their first Group D game of the Champions League with the Wales international already looking forward to another big match for the Gunners.

"But it is a point and we will move on from this and we have a massive game in midweek at Dortmund," added the midfielder.

"We are really disappointed [with the result] because obviously we were in front with 15 minutes to go and to concede from a set play is quite disappointing.

"But we will take a point. Hopefully this will encourage us to build on the result."

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