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Mesut Ozil furiously kicks gloves away after getting subbed vs Man City ▷ Kenya News



– Mesut Ozil reacted angrily after he was subbed off against Man City at the Emirates

– The 31-year-old came off for Emile Smith-Rowie on the hour mark during Arsenal’s 3-0 loss

– He is now the second Arsenal player after Granit Xhaka to publicly express his displeasure after being substituted

Mesut Ozil was substituted on the hour mark by Freddie Ljunberg after his lackluster performance in Arsenal’s 3-0 loss to Manchester City.

City got off an running in the second minute as Kevin De Bruyne smashed home a cross from Gabriel Jesus to make it 1-0.

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In the 15th minute, Raheem Sterling made it 2-0 before De Bruyne wrapped up a five-star performance in the 40th minute to make it 3-0.

Arsenal could not withstand the quality of the Pep Guardiola’s side as they failed to score in the match.

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And in what appeared as a tactical decision, interim boss, Freddie Ljungberg subbed off Ozil on the half-hour mark, introducing Emile Smith-Rowe in his place.

The former Germany international looked disappointed as he strolled off the pitch for the youngster taking off his gloves before kicking them into the air to show his frustrations amid boos and jeers from fans.

Per Mertesacker and Fredrik Ljungberg of Arsenal look on as Mesut Ozil kicks his gloves in the air in frustration after he is subbed. Photo: Robin Jones/Getty Images.
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Ozil is now the second Arsenal player after Granit Xhaka to publicly express his displeasure after being substituted, with Xhaka parading similar antics during the Gunners’ 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace back in October.

The Swiss international made angry gestures at the fans and walked straight into the dressing, but would later be punished by former boss Unai Emery as the midfielder was left out in a couple of games.

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