Ramsey rounded Lloris before slotting into an empty net for another crucial goal at Wembley, having also scored two FA Cup final winners for Arsenal at the stadium.
However, otherwise Unai Emery has no fresh concerns to worry about as the likes of Sead Kolasinac, Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Laurent Koscielny and Alex Iwobi have all shaken off minor problems to return to action in recent games. It's not easy, we know that, but we keep working.
In a frantic finale, Lloris earned his stripes with his save from Aubameyang as Tottenham's 28-game drawless streak, the third longest in Premier League history, ended.
"More than a draw?"
A win for Arsenal will reduce the gap between themselves and Spurs to just one point, with nine games to go.
"I think if he does play them, one tends to play wide, so obviously they're not utilising their talent as best they can in unison".
"It's always tough to play against Arsenal". Last games we want to take the points and to finish in the top four.
It was so hard to concede in the way we conceded after 15 minutes.
"I am happy with the performance, it was a tough game and hard to play Arsenal but I am happy after two defeats to take a positive result to build confidence for Tuesday, to go to Borussia Dortmund and go through to the next stage of the Champions League". It wasn't great our performance, but it was very good to draw and then maybe deserve to win. "After two defeats it was important today to start to build our positive run".
Can Dortmund make a comeback against Spurs?
"I also have to say the covering tackle from Jan Vertonghen to deny him [Aubameyang] the rebound was incredible -exactly the kind of desire to stop conceding that will give Pochettino a lift", he wrote in his column for The Daily Mail.
"Hugo is one of the best in the world, he does not need to show that, he can not prove nothing but the finger always points at the big players, like Hugo or if Harry misses big chances".