A few Arsenal supporters expressed their pleasure over the performance of Mesut Ozil during the 5-1 league win over Bournemouth on Wednesday night.
The former Germany international has endured a stop-start season with the Gunners this term but he managed to produce a scintillating performance against the Cherries.
Ozil opened the scoring within the fourth minute with a stunning bounce technique and he thereafter helped the Gunners double the advantage with a selfless assist for Henrikh Mkhitaryan.
He continued to impress alongside the Armenian in the Gunners attack but could not add to the scoresheet with the woodwork and the Cherries defence denying him to do so.
Here are some of the best tweets:
The return of Ozil seems to have really revitalized the team. I think he's working harder now. One goal and one assist tonight. Credit to Emery for not accepting complacency and giving him the incentive he needed. Hopefully he keeps performing like this against the big teams too. pic.twitter.com/bPLCc0n6Jo
— ArsenalArena (@ArsenalArena) February 27, 2019
Ya, but can we please have THIS Mesut Ozil in every game? https://t.co/uQsIsBXCKx
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) February 27, 2019
Does any other player try that clever bounce into the ground & over the keeper finish? If not, we should probably call it The Ozil. Top class tekkers.
— Adrian Clarke (@adrianjclarke) February 27, 2019
— Mohamedfathi Sirat (@mohamedfathi925) February 27, 2019
Mesut Ozil just makes everything better pic.twitter.com/apwRy6mzDl
— Daily Cannon (@DailyCannon) February 27, 2019
Ozil showed the desire to make a strong impression against the Cherries and he set the example from the start with a stunning bounce technique to outclass Artur Boruc in the Cherries goal.
His movement thereafter was splendid to watch but what impressed the most was the partnership with Mkhitaryan – with the two in coordination with each other whenever on the attack.
Despite this, Arsenal boss Unai Emery didn’t confirm(via Arsenal’s official website) whether Ozil may start in the weekend’s north London derby against Tottenham Hotspur.
Emery has restricted from selecting Ozil when it comes to the away league matches this year but he should make the matchday squad after excelling against the Cherries.
Should he be limited to a bench role, it remains to be seen whether he can produce the same level of performance when called upon to the field of play.
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