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Mesut Ozil Is Nutmegged And Misses A Sitter In Nightmare 60 Seconds For Fenerbahce

Mesut Ozil Is Nutmegged And Misses A Sitter In Nightmare 60 Seconds For Fenerbahce

Mesut Ozil's start to life at Fenerbahce continues to be a miserable one after missing an absolute sitter vs Antalyaspor - before going off injured.

After his massive contract was terminated by Arsenal in January, the German international joined his boyhood club and it's not gone to plan so far.

Fenerbahce were 1-0 down towards the end of the first half and Ozil had a glorious chance to equalise.

The 32-year-old had a chance at an open goal but took a terrible first touch before dragging his shot wide.

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Ozil looked frustrated and just moments prior, he'd been nutmegged which is the ultimate humilation for a player as silky as himself.

Fener did manage to draw the game thanks to Enner Valencia's equaliser in the 83rd minute, but Ozil didn't finish the game after being stretchered off with a suspected twisted ankle.

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Fans have reacted to the miss and they can't believe Ozil didn't at least hit the target.


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Fenerbahce are currently third in the Super Lig and missed the chance to go level on points with league leaders Galatasaray.

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Topics: fenerbahce, Football, Super Lig, Mesut Ozil, reactions

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