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Mesut Ozil sends Arsenal fans to MELTDOWN as they send a clear message to Unai Emery Soccer | Sports


Germany was impressed as it was replaced by the Emi union.

The Gunners tried to turn 1-0 against their opponents and they did so in an exciting style.

The goal of Zakhar Volkov, Shkodran Mustafi and Sokratis Papastathopoulos had an Arsenal target as they secured their place in the last 16.

Knitting fans heard the name of Ozil in the final stages and sent a clear message to Emery.

The Spanishman has not started frequently with a 30 year old and is speculation that he could leave in the summer.

He said: "Mesh Ozil breaks out of stalls !!"

Another added: "It's good to see the Ozil Mesh back."

Third explained: "Captain Mesut Ozil What I like to see."

"We've had the Ozil Mesut singers across the stadium. It's just happy to be back in the team. #COYG #UEL."

Ozil has made only 19 appearances in each of the competitions this season with most of them coming from the bench.

Martin Keown revealed before the game that Germany is said to have been extremely well trained throughout the week.

"It's definitely sure that the quality was definitely worth one or not," said the Gunners legend on BT Sport.

"They tell me he has trained exceptionally well every week.

"I think what we need to do is look at the positive things that he can offer and rebuild again.

"It started four of the first five games of the season and it's only started once it's Christmas. It was initially given the keys.

"Now, if it's been ill, you would seriously question your immune system how many times it has been ill, how many injuries it has.

"Now it's got another chance, let's see what it can do.

"I really hope that he has what he needs. Arsenal needs that kind of player.

"[Aaron] Ramsey sits on the bench, they have turned their back on him.

"They have to give it to Ozil, give him that opportunity.

"It will have enough games between now and the end of the season if it's successful."

Arsenal returns to act against Southampton in the Premier League on Sunday (2.05pm).

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