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Mesut Ozil Has Brutally Trolled Tottenham's Defeat To Man City With Massive 'Sh*thouse Tweet'

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Mesut Ozil Has Brutally Trolled Tottenham's Defeat To Man City With Massive 'Sh*thouse Tweet'

Mesut Ozil has brutally trolled Tottenham Hotspur's lack of silverware following their Carabao Cup final defeat to Manchester City.

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It means Spurs' wait for a trophy goes on - with their last coming in the League Cup back in 2008.

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Former Arsenal man Ozil clearly enjoyed seeing his former side's bitter rivals fail again as he posted: "It remains dusty... #LeagueCupFinal."


Once a Gunner, always a Gunner you have to assume.

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The World Cup winner now plies his trade in Turkey with Fenerbahce after leaving Arsenal back in January.

He was asked about making a move across north London to Spurs and his response was exactly what you'd expect.

During a Twitter Q&A, the 32-year-old was asked if he'd rather play for Spurs or retire from football.

His response? "Easy question. Retire!"

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Spurs sacked manager Jose Mourinho last Monday and it saw Ryan Mason take charge for Wednesday's 2-1 win over Southampton.

He remained in the dugout for Sunday's final and admitted it was a difficult result to take.

The 29-year-old told Football London post-match per TEAMtalk: "I thought in the first half we rode our luck on a couple of occasions. There were times where it was controlled.

Image Credit: PA
Image Credit: PA

"In the second half we had a good moment and some set plays and I felt while we didn't create much in the second half, neither did they. It's difficult to concede from a set piece though.

"We didn't have long to work on it but that's the way I want to go forward during my time here. Man City have had 5 or 6 years with the same coach so they've much more time to get so comfortable with the way they play."

Featured Image Credit: PA Images & Sky Sports

Topics: Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur, Football, Mesut Ozil, England, Arsenal

Daniel Marland
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