Assist King: Ozil

By on 23rd February 2022

Highlights of Mesut Ozil videos will showcase goals, assists, red cards, penalties and other significant events as the game took place in one of the most popular football leagues. In the Premier League with Arsenal, Mesut Ozil provided around 54 assists and scored 33 goals in 184 games. It looks like Arsenal’s assist king should have had more success. After the highlights of Mesut Ozil’s first season as an Arsenal player, Ozil went on to win the World Cup in 2014 and returned as world champion.

In Mesut Ozil’s first season at the Emirates Stadium, Ozil won the 2014 FA Cup by beating Hull City in the Wembley final, helping Arsenal end a nine-year wait for the trophy. Ozil’s first goal for Arsenal came against Napoli in the Champions League the following month when Ramsey hooked a cross that went into the net. Ozil returned to Arsenal in a 3-0 win against Hull City, and his performances were immediate. Ozil scored twice against Hull City and Everton.

The pass king from Arsenal was featured in every match of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, playing a pivotal role in Germany’s triumph. Assist King of Arsenal, former Real Madrid midfielder and god of football, World Cup winner with Germany, Mesut Ozil’s long and successful journey started in the Bundesliga with Schalke and Werder Bremen. Suppose there is any legacy Özil has left for the Emirates. In that case, it is the phenomenal contribution of Mesut Özil: the German has scored more goals against his teammates than anyone else in Arsenal history (77 in 254 games). Mesut Ozil received a 3-year extension worth 350,000,000 per week, making him the highest-paid player in the history of Arsenal Football Club.

Ozil is known for his technique, creativity, passing skills and vision. In 2013, Ozil signed a sponsorship deal with German sportswear and gear supplier Adidas. On September 14, 2013, Ozil made his Arsenal debut in a league game against Sunderland. Indeed, it took Mesut Ozil just 11 minutes to score his first assist, playing off the first goal on Olivier Giroud with a subtle pass. Certainly, it was at the famed youth academy Schalke Knappenschmiede, joined in 2005 by the king of Arsenal assistants, that Özil began to imitate some of the intricate passages of the Zizou brand while showing signs of excellent reading of the French game.

Last year in the January transfer window, Ozil left Arsenal and joined the Turkish club Fenerbahce. This was after his manager Mikel Arteta didn’t register him as a player in the Premier League squad. Arteta said this decision was made for “football reasons”.  Now Ozil is settling down in Turkey, as at the start of the second season, he was given the 10 jersey number (a recognisable number).

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