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Mesut Ozil angrily yells at Alexandre Lacazette after Arsenal defeat through Brighton

Arsenal divided as offended Mesut Ozil seems to yell within the route of Alexandre Lacazette on the full-time whistle of Brighton loss as suffering Gunners languish in 10th spot following house defeat

  • Video emerged of Mesut Ozil shouting at his Arsenal team-mate after complete time 
  • He was once obviously unsatisfied with the Frenchman following 2-1 defeat through Brighton
  • Lacazette perceived to forget about the cries of Ozil and persevered down the tunnel 
  • Freddie Ljungberg’s facet had been booed off after dreadful show on the Emirates 

Mesut Ozil was once observed angrily shouting at Alexandre Lacazette within the wake of Arsenal‘s 2-1 defeat at house through Brighton

The German remonstrated along with his team-mate, who was once out of image, and threw his arm up in exasperation. 

He perceived to yell ‘Laca!’ to the striker however was once neglected as he walked against the tunnel on the Emirates. 

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Mesut Ozil (left) was seen yelling in the direction of Alexandre Lacazette after the game

Mesut Ozil (left) was once observed yelling within the route of Alexandre Lacazette after the sport

It continues to be observed what Ozil’s bone of rivalry was once with Lacazette, who scored to make it 1-1 prior to the Gunners conceded a Neil Maupay header and had been consigned to defeat. 

There was once a poisonous surroundings at full-time with boos from the house supporters reverberating within the ears of the Arsenal avid gamers. 

Freddie Ljungberg’s facet had been abject and obviously upset with the efficiency after the sport. 

Ozil remonstrated with Lacazette out of shot but appeared to be ignored by his team-mate

Ozil remonstrated with Lacazette out of shot however gave the look to be neglected through his team-mate

Ozil’s emotional response was once proof of that and Hector Bellerin mirrored after the fit that he was once misplaced for phrases. 

He mentioned: ‘I have no idea what to mention. I’ve the sensation that no matter we do it does not pop out proper. 

‘The group gave its highest, we created possibilities, we defended excellent however it sort of feels like we’d like such a lot of possibilities to attain and groups ranking each and every likelihood in opposition to us. I’m misplaced for phrases a bit bit. 

‘Each unmarried participant has given 100 in line with cent. After we pass out directly to the pitch we wish to win and provides our highest. I think that our group was once filled with power, it is exhausting to take. We need to stay going, I’m certain 100 in line with cent that effects will come. 

Ozil and Lacazette celebrated after the Frenchman had scored the equaliser earlier in the night

Ozil and Lacazette celebrated after the Frenchman had scored the equaliser previous within the evening

‘Soccer is like lifestyles on occasion, you undergo u.s.a.and downs. I’ve gained trophies right here, had excellent seasons and unhealthy seasons. 

‘Freddie has helped the group so much this week. He has added a large number of power to the dressing room.’ 

Ljungberg, who’s meantime supervisor following the sacking of Unai Emery, put the deficient show right down to a insecurity within the crew. 

He mentioned: ‘In fact it’s disappointing however you need to stay on going. The avid gamers are low on self assurance. We had a little bit of response in the second one part, however we wish to get started the sport like that. 

‘No less than 2nd part they gave it a crack. We are in a hard scenario, we’ve got misplaced a large number of video games. We began the sport no power, very flat. It is my task to get them extra competitive. We concept we had gained it with the var factor after which that took place.

‘Gamers do as excellent as they are able to, they’re a little bit low on self assurance and that’s the reason what we need to repair.’


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