Watch out Watford – Arsenal´s assist king is on fire

The Arsenal and Germany star has already started to silence his doubters in the football media and if he carries on the way he has been doing so far this season, Mesut Ozil will soon have the likes of Michael Owen and Paul Scholes eating their words.

There was a certain stat about Ozil´s creative influence doing the rounds the other day, as reported by Metro, suggesting that he was the most influential creative player from the the top five leagues in Europe when going by how often he produces a key pass.

The German play maker is also building a great understanding with Arsenal´s current first choice centre forward Theo Walcott and although Man City´s David Silva and Norwich City´s Wes Hollahan are just edging him in Premier League assists this season, I would not be surprised to see Ozil regain his status as the king of the assists pretty soon.

Next up for Arsenal are Watford and they should be very worried about what Ozil might do to them, especially after he put in another star performance for Germany last night, winning a penalty and setting up Kruse for the second and winning goal against Georgia last night.

Ozil was in fine form and produced a few sublime moments of magic to show that he really is in full flow right now. Watch out Watford and the Premier League, because Ozil is back.

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17 Comments

  1. joe from kenya says:

    off topic guys today is arsene wenger 19th annivesary since employment at arsenal

    1. admin says:

      No it isn’t. He took control on the 1st October, today is the anniversary of his first game in charge, a 2–0 away win over Blackburn Rovers.

      Here is his anniversary article… http://www.justarsenal.com/wenger-celebrating-19-years-at-arsenal-and-counting/44935

  2. Gunner says:

    Well he and the rest of the team will have to work hard since Watford have just conceded 1 goal in 4 home games thus far…

  3. kelchi25 says:

    Don’t like it when you praise them and at the end they flop up….lets just watch how consistent they are before praising our stars….happy 19th anniversary to wenger

  4. The work is not done yet! We still have bayern munich in the champions league, but first let’s handle watford maturedly. All hail Ozil!!

  5. Eddy Hoyte says:

    I never doubted Ozil for once so am not suprised..it’ll take more than Ozil to ruin Watford,hopefully the players can and should put up a sublime performance else the media will attack immediately , saying we are one day off one day on..inconsistent..we gotta play that beautiful football against Watford so we can pur fear in others. but lets not underestimate them, play them like its a cup final..shouldnt drop points..
    thumbs up to the players who performed well for their country and whoever didnt perform well, your time will come. I miss matchday *puss in boots sad eyes*

  6. dragunov762mm says:

    I’ve said it many times that Ozil problem was base on his physical fitness not on his vision. Now, with his current work rate we all knew why Real Madrid recruited him. The European assist king is on his way back. Owen and Scholes, you can eat **NO SWEARING**

    1. angryblackman3 says:

      Havn’t heard anybody complain about his vision. Bit stupid seeing as he clearly has some of the best in europe. His vision lol

  7. muda says:

    I prefer facing teams with a such a record so that we won’t take them lightly, which is our greatest weakness I believe.

  8. Gigi2 says:

    Come on Ozzyl. ..let s start the ride of the crazy train

  9. Roe-hahn says:

    Speaking of Watford, must say been mighty impressed with Ighalo. His dribbling,his pace and trickery..swear to God, he reminds me of the King more than that Martial kid..

    1. Gunner says:

      And they also have Troy Deeney who hasn’t had his scoring boots on as yet – will be eager to get his 1st goal…
      I would also be wary of most of their players had 2 weeks rest while most of our players were busy on international duty…But glad to see our guys managed to get some goals – esp Carzola..

  10. Kotte says:

    Bt goal.com hates özil and arsenal playrz at large…they wud rather praise Martial than Giroud though he scored two important goals i cnt imagin wat wud hv hapened if Martial had scored and Giroud flop…i dnt lyk Giroud bt that site goal.com likes putting our playrz down the other week it ws özil!

    1. GoonerLad says:

      Dude what do you expect ? none of them are real journalists, most of their writers jump on bandwagons to get a lot of readers 😛

  11. Classygunner says:

    @kotte… Bro you are not far from the truth. In as much as I like the site, I hate the way the jump on our club and players back the moment we have a bad game

    1. Kotte says:

      I ges the best way to respond them is thru the pitch n am glad our playrs r doin so….this must b the best international break 4 our playrs in a long while…no injuries n they r performing well in their respectiv countries COYG

  12. arsenalkid1970 says:

    Only thing is he might go in the summer because he is far from happy at the moment. A player like him don’t want to finish 4th or go out the champions leage at the first step. I think he will go to BM and why no

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