Ramsey endeared himself to Gunners fans even before he entered the pitch, as he got into an altercation with Eric Dier after the Spurs midfielder levelled the score at 1-1 in the first half.
With his contract set to expire and no new offer believed to be forthcoming, the 27-year-old is expected to leave Arsenal at season's end.
The Gunners withdrew their contract offer to Ramsey, but supporters will be hoping their club change their tune after a star performance in the north London derby.
Aaron Ramsey:— Le Grove (@LeGrove) December 2, 2018
Been screwed by the club
Gets into a fight on the sidelines
Comes on at halftime and changes the game
Utmost respect. What a day for him
Chat to me about Aaron Ramsey haters. What an impact he has had. Despite the club dealing with his contract horribly, 100% professionalism. 2 assists and unbelievable running. One of the best midfielders around, blessed to have him.— LTArsenal™️ (@ltarsenal) December 2, 2018
Aaron Ramsey has literally been told he won’t be given a new contract at the end of the season and he’s put more in for his club than some of our players have put in all season.— The Man Utd Way (@TheManUtdWay) December 2, 2018
I want Aaron Ramsey to stay.— Pain In The Arsenal (@PainInThArsenal) December 2, 2018
Aaron Ramsey will always stand up for his teammates, the supporters and most importantly, the club. pic.twitter.com/xmGEzkUdYz— LTArsenal™️ (@ltarsenal) December 2, 2018
Aaron Ramsey’s game vs Spurs by numbers-— Luke (@AFCLuke_) December 2, 2018
Minutes played - 45
Assists - 2
Chances Created - 4
Key passes - 2
Recoveries - 4
Touches - 23
Duels won - 2
The game changer, we must do everything to get him on a new contract. pic.twitter.com/9F1VaX7RTe
NEVER LEAVE AARON RAMSEY— Men in Blazers (@MenInBlazers) December 2, 2018
Why on earth are Arsenal allowing Aaron Ramsey to leave? He's surely worth a new contract. His passion, passing and work-rate so important to Arsenal's comeback against Spurs. Delivered an immense 45 minutes. His quality and character will be expensive to replace. #afc #ARSTOT— Henry Winter (@henrywinter) December 2, 2018
Victory against Spurs stretched Arsenal's unbeaten run to 19 games, and pushed Unai Emery's men up to fourth place in the Premier League table.