What started like a normal interview with Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey, ended with two of his teammates asking him questions and making cheeky comments about his overall performance when the side played Nagoya Grampus yesterday.
Wingers Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Theo Walcott were both walking around Ramsey whilst the Welshman was giving his interview to a matchday reporter.
After listening to a couple of the questions, Chamberlain asked the man if he could ask Ramsey a couple of questions himself.
The English international picked out a moment in the game when the Welsh midfielder made a 60-yard run to try and get on the end of a Lukasz Fabianski pass and praised his pace and determination to get to the ball.
However Ramsey admitted that he wasn't even sprinting and the pitch underneath him wasn't great and caused him to trip over.
Whilst Chamberlain was asking his team-mate questions, Walcott was standing in the background enjoying what his mates were doing and also made a couple of comments to Ramsey about his pace as well.
The interview ended with the players having a laugh together and Chamberlain praising Ramsey's performance and admitting that manager Arsene Wenger should be very impressed with the display.
Arsenal beat Wenger's old-side 3-1 in the end thanks to goals from Olivier Giroud, Ryo Miyaichi and Theo Walcott, but it was Ramsey who stole the show and put in the best performance for the Gunners.
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