Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil has resumed his role as Germany’s chief creative force after setting up three goals in their 7-0 thrashing of minnows Gibraltar.
Ozil has been handed his preferred No.10 role by Joachim Löw after being deployed on the left side of midfield during the World Cup.
The 26-year-old produced his most stunning football for us when he returned to his favoured position, and has recently lived up to his previously held title of the best ‘No.10 in the world’.
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That status was handed to him by his former boss Jose Mourinho (via Sky Sports), and Ozil has once again demonstrated his innate ability to create goals for his teammates.
On some occasions, he can be a little too unselfish, but the appreciation he gets from fellow colleagues internally is now being recognized on a global scale.
Arsene Wenger doesn’t dish out £42million on just anyone (via The Telegraph); the boss was convinced about his qualities when he signed him, and Ozil is becoming the player he was always destined to be, not the one many wanted him to transform into.
Check out Ozil’s hat-trick of assists below: