But Lacazette, 26, was unable to have an impact in the 0-0 draw at Stamford Bridge before being substituted in the 66th minute, the forward missing a glorious chance prior to half-time.
"It was about mentality and a response from our last away game". "The battle was total".
Ramsey, who has spent six years at the North London club, received the man of the match award following his display as Arsenal earned their first point at Chelsea since the 2011-12 campaign. No goals - Shkodran Mustafi had a header ruled out for offside - but there was plenty to admire about the Gunners. The champions went into it having won three Premier League games in a row, while the Gunners were facing the prospect of losing their first three away matches for the first time since 1954.
Chelsea defender Andreas Christensen will be entrusted with replacing David Luiz during his three-game ban after the Brazil global was sent off against Arsenal.
Conte was unsure if Chelsea would appeal the decision, adding: "We have to wait for the referee's decision to know how many games he will be suspended for".
Luiz was among Chelsea's best performers on the day, however his stud-showing horror challenge on Sead Kolasinac in the 87th minute certainly merited a straight red card, as it was endangering an opponent.
Mesut Özil and Alexis Sanchez, two of Arsenal's best players had very little to do in this game.
Arsenal remain stuck in the bottom half of the table but despite their lowly position of 12th, Aaron Ramsey believes they're on the way up.
"Yes [I am confident we can cope]", said Conte when asked about David Luiz's impending absence. "We played in their half, higher up". If we weren't we couldn't get away with a point. "We didn't hide when we had the ball and this is a good basis to build on for future games".