A Compilation Of A Peak Mesut Ozil Proves He's One Of The Best Creative Players The Premier League Has Ever Seen
Mesut Ozil is one of the best creative players the Premier League has ever seen and this stunning compilation perfectly proves that sentiment.
Mesut Ozil's self-assisted goal against Ludogorets will never, ever get old :weary::clap:
Happy birthday, @MesutOzil1088 pic.twitter.com/uCqqseebUg
- SPORTbible (@sportbible) October 15, 2020
The user has posted a clip of the German doing a footballing madness which includes his superb range of passing and glorious touch.
It also shows his silky skills and his ability to pick out a teammate with ridiculous ease.
On Twitter, the fan account wrote: "Peak Ozil was so, so good. Happy Birthday Mesut."
Peak Ozil was so, so good. Happy Birthday Mesut :tada: #AFC pic.twitter.com/KD6Dc0nWRi
- Gunners (@Gunnersc0m) October 15, 2020
Naturally, the Ozil compilation got fans talking online.
One social media user wrote: "Prime Mesut özil is best playmaker ever."
A second tweeted: "One of the most underrated footballers. One of the best to play in the prem."
A third added: "He is the closest to Zidane in 2010 era."
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Ozil starred for Arsenal in his early days at the club after sealing a £42.5 million transfer from Real Madrid.
He recorded an incredible 19 assists in the 2015/16 season and was involved in an impressive 17 goals in the following Premier League campaign.
And former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger believes the player's talent is being wasted.
"I feel it is a waste for him," he told the BBC. "Firstly because he's in the years where a player of his talent can produce the most.
"And it's a waste for the club as well because he's a super talent, a creative talent that in the final third can create that killer pass.
"The way football is going at the moment it's quick counter-pressing, quick transitions and everybody plays the same. It's kicked out players like Ozil. Although let's not forget who this guy is. A world champion who has played at Real Madrid.
"He's been the record player of assists, so you have to find a way to get him involved again."
Featured Image Credit: Premier League
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